Lisa House
Lisa House
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Effect of information about benefits of biotechnology on consumer acceptance of genetically modified food: evidence from experimental auctions in the United States, England …
JL Lusk, LO House, C Valli, SR Jaeger, M Moore, JL Morrow, WB Traill
European review of agricultural economics 31 (2), 179-204, 2004
4202004
Objective and subjective knowledge: Impacts on consumer demand for genetically modified foods in the United States and the European Union
LO House, J Lusk, SR Jaeger, B Traill, M Moore, C Valli, B Morrow, W Yee
AgBioForum, 2004
2432004
Comparative advantage in demand: experimental evidence of preferences for genetically modified food in the United States and European Union
JL Lusk, W Bruce Traill, LO House, C Valli, SR Jaeger, M Moore, ...
Journal of Agricultural Economics 57 (1), 1-21, 2006
752006
The use of non-hypothetical experimental markets for measuring the acceptance of genetically modified foods
SR Jaeger, JL Lusk, LO House, C Valli, M Moore, B Morrow, WB Traill
Food quality and preference 15 (7-8), 701-714, 2004
752004
Influence of brand name and type of modification on consumer acceptance of genetically engineered corn chips: a preliminary analysis
JL Lusk, M Moore, LO House, B Morrow
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 4 (4), 373-383, 2001
742001
Estimating consumers' willingness-to-pay for country-of-origin labels in fresh apples and tomatoes: A double-hurdle probit analysis of American data using factor scores
A Mabiso, JA Sterns, L House, AF Wysocki
702005
Consumer welfare effects of introducing and labeling genetically modified food
JL Lusk, LO House, C Valli, SR Jaeger, M Moore, B Morrow, WB Traill
Economics Letters 88 (3), 382-388, 2005
662005
Respondent screening and revealed preference axioms: Testing quarantining methods for enhanced data quality in web panel surveys
MS Jones, LA House, Z Gao
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (3), 687-709, 2015
612015
Risk perceptions of urban Italian and United States consumers for genetically modified foods
R Harrison, S Boccaletti, LO House
AgBioForum, 2004
602004
Categories of GM risk-benefit perceptions and their antecedents
WB Traill, SR Jaeger, WMS Yee, C Valli, LO House, JL Lusk, M Moore, ...
AgBioForum, 2005
582005
Discrete/continuous contingent valuation of private hunting access in Kansas
BK Goodwin, LA Offenbach, TT Cable, PS Cook
Journal of Environmental Management 39 (1), 1-12, 1993
491993
Consumer preferences for fresh citrus: impacts of demographic and behavioral characteristics
Z Gao, L House, FG Gmitter Jr, MF Valim, A Plotto, EA Baldwin
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 14 (1030-2016-82898 …, 2011
472011
Why are hungry college students not seeking help? Predictors of and barriers to using an on-campus food pantry
A El Zein, AE Mathews, L House, KP Shelnutt
Nutrients 10 (9), 1163, 2018
462018
A model of entry–exit decisions and capacity choice under demand uncertainty
M Isik, KH Coble, D Hudson, LO House
Agricultural Economics 28 (3), 215-224, 2003
442003
Online survey data quality and its implication for willingness‐to‐pay: A cross‐country comparison
Z Gao, LA House, J Xie
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2016
422016
Using choice experiments to estimate consumer valuation: the role of experimental design and attribute information loads
Z Gao, LO House, X Yu
Agricultural Economics 41 (6), 555-565, 2010
402010
Perceptions of the risks and benefits of genetically-modified foods and their influence on willingness to consume
W Bruce Traill, WMS Yee, JL Lusk, SR Jaeger, LO House, JL Morrow Jr, ...
Acta Agriculturae Scand Section C 3 (1), 12-19, 2006
352006
A travel‐cost analysis of the demand for hunting trips in Kansas
LA Offenbach, BK Goodwin
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 16 (1), 55-61, 1994
341994
Fruit and vegetable consumption among college students in Arkansas and Florida: Food and culture vs. health knowledge
C Schroeter, L House, A Lorence
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 10 (3), 63, 2007
332007
Knowledge, perceptions, and behaviors of adults concerning nonalcoholic beverages suggest some lack of comprehension related to sugars
GC Rampersaud, H Kim, Z Gao, LA House
Nutrition Research 34 (2), 134-142, 2014
302014
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