Wuyang Hu
Wuyang Hu
Professor of Economics, Ohio State University
Verified email at osu.edu
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Trading off health, environmental and genetic modification attributes in food
W Hu, A Hünnemeyer, M Veeman, W Adamowicz, L Srivastava
European Review of Agricultural Economics 31 (3), 389-408, 2004
2562004
Consumer preferences for local production and other value-added label claims for a processed food product
W Hu, MT Batte, T Woods, S Ernst
European Review of Agricultural Economics 39 (3), 489-510, 2012
1922012
Consumer acceptance and willingness to pay for blueberry products with nonconventional attributes
W Hu, TA Woods, S Bastin
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 41 (1379-2016-112738), 47-60, 2009
1572009
Labelling genetically modified food: Heterogeneous consumer preferences and the value of information
W Hu, MM Veeman, WL Adamowicz
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2005
1522005
US consumers’ preference and willingness to pay for country‐of‐origin‐labeled beef steak and food safety enhancements
KH Lim, W Hu, LJ Maynard, E Goddard
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2013
1332013
Substitutes or complements? Consumer preference for local and organic food attributes
T Meas, W Hu, MT Batte, TA Woods, S Ernst
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (4), 1044-1071, 2015
1312015
Labeling context and reference point effects in models of food attribute demand
W Hu, WL Adamowicz, MM Veeman
American journal of Agricultural economics 88 (4), 1034-1049, 2006
1012006
Consumer willingness to pay for fair trade coffee: a Chinese case study
SH Yang, W Hu, M Mupandawana, Y Liu
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 44 (1379-2016-113734), 21-34, 2012
842012
A taste for safer beef? How much does consumers’ perceived risk influence willingness to pay for country‐of‐origin labeled beef
KH Lim, W Hu, LJ Maynard, E Goddard
Agribusiness 30 (1), 17-30, 2014
742014
Chinese consumers’ preferences and willingness to pay for traceable food quality and safety attributes: The case of pork
L Wu, S Wang, D Zhu, W Hu, H Wang
China Economic Review 35, 121-136, 2015
632015
Understanding hypothetical bias: An enhanced meta-analysis
JM Penn, W Hu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 100 (4), 1186-1206, 2018
562018
CONSUMERS'WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR AQUACULTURE FISH PRODUCTS VS. WILD-CAUGHT SEAFOOD–A CASE STUDY IN HAWAII
K Davidson, M Pan, W Hu, D Poerwanto
Aquaculture Economics & Management 16 (2), 136-154, 2012
472012
Assessing consumer willingness to pay for value-added blueberry products using a payment card survey
W Hu, TA Woods, S Bastin, LJ Cox, W You
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 43 (1379-2016-113718), 243-258, 2011
472011
How local is local? A reflection on Canadian local food labeling policy from consumer preference
KH Lim, W Hu
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2016
43*2016
Use of spike models in measuring consumers' willingness to pay for non-GM oil
W Hu
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 38 (3), 525-538, 2006
382006
Chinese consumers’ willingness to pay for pork traceability information—The case of Wuxi
L Wu, H Wang, D Zhu, W Hu, S Wang
Agricultural Economics 47 (1), 71-79, 2016
372016
Economic values of dolphin excursions in Hawaii: A stated choice analysis
W Hu, K Boehle, L Cox, M Pan
Marine Resource Economics 24 (1), 61-76, 2009
372009
Understanding firms’ relocation and expansion decisions using self-reported factor importance rating
W Hu, LJ Cox, J Wright, TR Harris
Review of Regional Studies 38 (1), 67-88, 2008
362008
German and British consumer willingness to pay for beef labeled with food safety attributes
KE Lewis, C Grebitus, G Colson, W Hu
Journal of agricultural economics 68 (2), 451-470, 2017
352017
Actual media reports on GM foods and Chinese consumers' willingness to pay for GM soybean oil
W Hu, F Zhong, Y Ding
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 376-390, 2006
282006
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