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New Economic Approaches to Consumer Welfare and Nutrition - FAMC 1999 Conference

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260304: Front Matter Downloads
Food and Agricultural Marketing Consortium, Farm Foundation
260303: Discussant comments for session Consumer Choice and Food Retailing Downloads
Randy Westgren
260302: Public Policy Implications of Development of Scales to Measure Perceived Performance of the Food System and an Index of Food-Related Welfare - Discussant comments Downloads
Phil R. Kaufman
260301: Policy Implications of Expansion of non-traditional food retail outlets: Effect on consumer welfare - Discussant comments Downloads
Phil R. Kaufman
260300: EXPANSION OF NON-TRADITIONAL FOOD RETAIL OUTLETS: EFFECT ON CONSUMER WELFARE Downloads
Michelle A. Morganosky and Brenda J. Cude
260299: Development of Scales to Measure Perceived Performance of the Food System and an Index of Food-Related Welfare Downloads
Spencer Henson and Bruce Traill
260298: Discussant comments for session Information, Education, and Health Consequences of Labels Downloads
Julie Caswell
260297: Welfare Effects of Eco-label Proliferation: Too Much of a Good Thing? Downloads
Luanne Lohr
260296: Nutritional Labeling for Food-Away-From-Home Downloads
Dan Padberg
260295: Measuring the welfare effects of nutrition information Downloads
Mario F. Teisl and Nancy E. Bockstael
260294: Consumer Label Use and Diet Quality: An Endogenous Switching Regression Analysis Downloads
Sung-Yong Kim, Rodolfo M. Nayga , Oral Capps and Beverly Tepper
260293: Discussant comments for session Applications and New Approaches to Understanding Food Demand Downloads
Kuo S. Huang
260292: Discussant comments for session Applications and New Approaches to Understanding Food Demand Downloads
James S. Eales
260291: Measuring Consumer Demand for Functional Foods and the Impact of Health Labeling Regulation Downloads
Laurian J. Unnevehr, Anne P. Villamil and Clare Hasler
260290: Income, Program Participation, and the Choice of Dietary Pattern Downloads
Paul McNamara, Parke Wilde and Christine Ranney
260289: U.S. Food and Nutrient Demand and the Effects of Agricultural Policies Downloads
Jeffrey T. LaFrance
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