Researchers of the Development Economics Group publish on a regular basis in scientific journals, professional journals, scientific and popular books, and proceedings.
For publication lists, we refer to the Research@WUR database. The provided lists can be searched by author, year, etc.
Publications by DEC Staff members
- PhD theses
- Peer reviewed publications
- Other scientific publications
- Publications aimed at a professional audience
Latest Peer Reviewed Publications
Demand for healthier and higher-priced processed foods in low-income communities : Experimental evidence from Mexico CityFood Quality and Preference 95 (2022). - ISSN 0950-3293
Towards food systems transformation—five paradigm shifts for healthy, inclusive and sustainable food systemsFood Security (2021). - ISSN 1876-4517
Can information drive demand for safer food? Impact of brand-specific recommendations and test results on product choiceAgricultural Economics (2021). - ISSN 0169-5150
Improving Food Systems : A Participatory Consultation Exercise to Determine Priority Research and Action Areas in Viet NamFrontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5 (2021). - ISSN 2571-581X
Testing methods to increase consumption of healthy foods evidence from a school-based field experiment in Viet NamFood Policy 101 (2021). - ISSN 0306-9192
The Impact of Being Surveyed on the Adoption of Agricultural TechnologyEconomic Development and Cultural Change (2021). - ISSN 0013-0079
Social ties, access to loans, and loan repayments in savings and loan associations : evidence from rural TanzaniaAgricultural Finance Review (2021). - ISSN 0002-1466
Impacts of china’s minimum grain procurement price program on agrochemical use : A household-level analysisAgriculture 11 (2021)10. - ISSN 2077-0472
Does geographic spending variation exacerbate healthcare benefit inequality? A benefit incidence analysis for IndonesiaHealth Policy and Planning 36 (2021)7. - ISSN 0268-1080 - p. 1129 - 1139.
Towards sustainable community-based systems for infectious disease and disaster response; lessons from local initiatives in four African countriesSustainability 13 (2021)18. - ISSN 2071-1050