Gregory Colson
TítuloCitado porAño
Consumers’ preferences for geographical origin labels: evidence from the Canadian olive oil market
L Menapace, G Colson, C Grebitus, M Facendola
European Review of Agricultural Economics 38 (2), 193-212, 2011
189*2011
Risk aversion, subjective beliefs, and farmer risk management strategies
L Menapace, G Colson, R Raffaelli
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 95 (2), 384-389, 2012
1112012
Risk preferences and purchase of energy-efficient technologies in the residential sector
Y Qiu, G Colson, C Grebitus
Ecological Economics 107, 216-229, 2014
802014
Improving the nutrient content of food through genetic modification: Evidence from experimental auctions on consumer acceptance
GJ Colson, WE Huffman, MC Rousu
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 343-364, 2011
67*2011
Considering macroeconomic indicators in the food before fuel nexus
C Qiu, G Colson, C Escalante, M Wetzstein
Energy Economics 34 (6), 2021-2028, 2012
572012
Climate change beliefs and perceptions of agricultural risks: An application of the exchangeability method
L Menapace, G Colson, R Raffaelli
Global Environmental Change 35, 70-81, 2015
53*2015
Consumers’ willingness to pay for genetically modified foods with product-enhancing nutritional attributes
G Colson, WE Huffman
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93 (2), 358-363, 2011
382011
A comparison of hypothetical risk attitude elicitation instruments for explaining farmer crop insurance purchases
L Menapace, G Colson, R Raffaelli
European Review of Agricultural Economics 43 (1), 113-135, 2015
36*2015
The effects of benefit timing and income fungibility on food purchasing decisions among Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program households
TA Smith, JP Berning, X Yang, G Colson, JH Dorfman
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (2), 564-580, 2016
332016
What do consumer surveys and experiments reveal and conceal about consumer preferences for genetically modified foods?
G Colson, MC Rousu
GM crops & food 4 (3), 158-165, 2013
322013
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
282017
Co-firing coal with wood pellets for US electricity generation: A real options analysis
H Xian, G Colson, B Mei, ME Wetzstein
Energy Policy 81, 106-116, 2015
282015
Which deceptive practices, if any, should be allowed in experimental economics research? Results from surveys of applied experimental economists and students
G Colson, JR Corrigan, C Grebitus, ML Loureiro, MC Rousu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (2), 610-621, 2015
262015
A return of the threshing ring? A case study of machinery and labor-sharing in Midwestern farms
GM Artz, G Colson, RG Ginder
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 42 (1379-2016-113645), 805-819, 2010
212010
A comparison of hypothetical survey rankings with consumer shopping behavior
C Grebitus, G Colson, L Menapace
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 44 (1), 35-47, 2012
20*2012
Deception in experiments: towards guidelines on use in applied economics research
MC Rousu, G Colson, JR Corrigan, C Grebitus, ML Loureiro
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 37 (3), 524-536, 2015
192015
Risk preference and adverse selection for participation in time-of-use electricity pricing programs
Y Qiu, G Colson, ME Wetzstein
Resource and Energy Economics 47, 126-142, 2017
182017
An ethanol blend wall shift is prone to increase petroleum gasoline demand
C Qiu, G Colson, M Wetzstein
Energy Economics 44, 160-165, 2014
182014
Do monetary incentives matter in classroom experiments? Effects on course performance
MC Rousu, JR Corrigan, D Harris, JK Hayter, S Houser, BA Lafrancois, ...
The Journal of Economic Education 46 (4), 341-349, 2015
162015
Measuring and tracking obesity inequality in the United States: evidence from NHANES, 1971-2014
TY Pak, S Ferreira, G Colson
Population health metrics 14 (1), 12, 2016
142016
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20