Study protocol: combining experimental methods, econometrics and simulation modelling to determine price elasticities for studying food taxes and subsidies (The Price ExaM Study)

@inproceedings{Waterlander2016StudyPC,
  title={Study protocol: combining experimental methods, econometrics and simulation modelling to determine price elasticities for studying food taxes and subsidies (The Price ExaM Study)},
  author={Wilma Elzeline Waterlander and Tony Blakely and Nhung Nghiem and Christine L Cleghorn and Helen Eyles and Murat Can Genc and Nick Wilson and Yannan Jiang and Boyd A. Swinburn and Liana Jacobi and Jo Michie and Cliona Ni Mhurchu},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND There is a need for accurate and precise food price elasticities (PE, change in consumer demand in response to change in price) to better inform policy on health-related food taxes and subsidies. METHODS/DESIGN The Price Experiment and Modelling (Price ExaM) study aims to: I) derive accurate and precise food PE values; II) quantify the impact of price changes on quantity and quality of discrete food group purchases and; III) model the potential health and disease impacts of a range… CONTINUE READING

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