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When Does Public Information Undermine the Efficiency of Reverse Auctions for the Purchase of Ecosystem Services
Government agencies that conduct reverse auctions related to the Payment of Ecosystem Services (PES) traditionally provide a significant amount of public information about past auction results. ThisExpand
Consumer Preferences for Second-Generation Bioethanol
In this study, we investigate the consumer response toward fuel from second-generation, nature-inspired lignocellulose processing systems. We conduct consumer surveys with two different informationExpand
Fresh foods irrigated with recycled water: A framed field experiment on consumer responses
Recycled water is one potential solution to meeting the growing demand for irrigation water in the U.S. and worldwide. However, widespread adoption of recycled water by agriculture will depend onExpand
Does food processing mitigate consumers’ concerns about crops grown with recycled water?
Funding support for this research was provided by the U.S Department of Agriculture National Institute for Food and Agriculture. The authors acknowledge the support of James Geisler, Julia Parker,Expand
Consumer Preferences Before and After a Food Safety Scare: An Experimental Analysis of the 2010 Egg Recall
In August 2010, more than half a billion eggs were recalled in the U.S. because of a Salmonella outbreak. This study examines the effect of the recall with a unique pair of auction experimentsExpand
Reclaimed water and food production: Cautionary tales from consumer research☆
ABSTRACT Reclaimed water has been identified as a viable and cost‐effective solution to water shortages impacting agricultural production. However, lack of consumer acceptance for foods irrigatedExpand
Heterogeneous Preferences for Oysters: Evidence from Field Experiments
This study uses field experiments to investigate consumer preferences for oysters. In total, 486 adult participants completed a series of revealed-preference dichotomous-choice tasks and aExpand
Willingness to pay for a second-generation bioethanol: A case study of Korea
This article examines Korean consumer responses towards second-generation lignocellulosic bioethanol. Consumer surveys were conducted in the Korean cities of Seoul, Incheon, Bucheon, Gwangju,Expand
Measurements of Agricultural Productivity and Efficiency Gains from NAFTA
The primary objective of this study is to empirically determine whether North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has contributed to increased agricultural productivity in any of its memberExpand
Ignorance Is Bliss? Experimental Evidence on Wine Produced from Grapes Irrigated with Recycled Water
Agricultural industries are heavy users of water, which can be especially concerning in times of drought. One way to address agriculture's impact during droughts is to use recycled water forExpand
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