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Jutta Roosen
Jutta Roosen
Professor, Marketing and Consumer Research, Technische Universität München
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Demand for beef from cattle administered growth hormones or fed genetically modified corn: a comparison of consumers in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States
JL Lusk, J Roosen, JA Fox
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 85 (1), 16-29, 2003
8462003
Citizens’ willingness to participate in local renewable energy projects: The role of community and trust in Germany
BJ Kalkbrenner, J Roosen
Energy Research & Social Science 13, 60-70, 2016
3862016
Large-scale mitochondrial DNA analysis of the domestic goat reveals six haplogroups with high diversity
H Rezaei, P Taberlet, S Zundel, S Rafat, H Naghash, O Ertugrul, ...
PLOS ONE 2, 10, 2007
3042007
Consumer demand for and attitudes toward alternative beef labeling strategies in France, Germany, and the UK
J Roosen, JL Lusk, JA Fox
Agribusiness 19 (1), 77-90, 2003
3012003
Consumers' valuation of insecticide use restrictions: an application to apples
J Roosen, JA Fox, DA Hennessy, A Schreiber
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 367-384, 1998
2181998
Observed choices for food safety in retail, survey, and auction markets
JF Shogren, JA Fox, DJ Hayes, J Roosen
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81 (5), 1192-1199, 1999
2161999
Knowledge, attitudes towards and acceptability of genetic modification in Germany
IB Christoph, M Bruhn, J Roosen
Appetite 51 (1), 58-68, 2008
2052008
Market differentiation potential of country-of-origin, quality and traceability labeling
W Verbeke, J Roosen
The Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy 10 (1), 20-35, 2009
1622009
Consumer Acceptance of New Food Technologies: Causes and Roots of Controversies
JL Lusk, J Roosen, A Bieberstein
Annu. Rev. Resour. Econ. 6 (1), 381-405, 2014
1482014
Private labels for premium products–the example of organic food
A Jonas, J Roosen
International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management 33 (8), 636-653, 2005
1402005
The public understanding of nanotechnology in the food domain The hidden role of views on science, technology, and nature
F Vandermoere, S Blanchemanche, A Bieberstein, S Marette, J Roosen
Public Understanding of Science 20 (2), 195-206, 2011
1372011
Consumer choices for nano-food and nano-packaging in France and Germany
A Bieberstein, J Roosen, S Marette, S Blanchemanche, F Vandermoere
European review of agricultural economics 40 (1), 73-94, 2013
1202013
A qualitative analysis to understand the acceptance of wind energy in Bavaria
K Langer, T Decker, J Roosen, K Menrad
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 64, 248-259, 2016
1132016
Factors influencing citizens’ acceptance and non-acceptance of wind energy in Germany
K Langer, T Decker, J Roosen, K Menrad
Journal of Cleaner Production 175, 133-144, 2018
1072018
Dietary patterns of adolescents in Germany-Associations with nutrient intake and other health related lifestyle characteristics
A Richter, C Heidemann, MB Schulze, J Roosen, S Thiele, GBM Mensink
BMC pediatrics 12 (1), 35, 2012
1042012
Systemic failure in the provision of safe food
DA Hennessy, J Roosen, HH Jensen
Food Policy 28 (1), 77-96, 2003
1032003
Scope insensitivity in health risk reduction studies: A comparison of choice experiments and the contingent valuation method for valuing safer food
I Goldberg, J Roosen
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 34 (2), 123-144, 2007
992007
Trust and willingness to pay for nanotechnology food
J Roosen, A Bieberstein, S Blanchemanche, E Goddard, S Marette, ...
Food Policy 52, 75-83, 2015
972015
Do environmental attitudes and food technology neophobia affect perceptions of the benefits of nanotechnology?
AH Matin, E Goddard, F Vandermoere, S Blanchemanche, A Bieberstein, ...
International Journal of Consumer Studies 36 (2), 149-157, 2012
942012
Consumer heterogeneity in the willingness to pay for local and organic food
JL Hasselbach, J Roosen
Journal of Food Products Marketing 21 (6), 608-625, 2015
902015
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