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Chair of Agricultural and Food Market Research
Prof. Dr. Monika Hartmann
D-53115 Bonn, Germany
Tel. 0228 73 35 38
Fax: 0228 73 33 74
Office hours for students by appointment
with the secretariat: thursday 15-16.
The market research team consists of staff members who are involved in research, teaching and administration.
Our research covers qualitative and quantitative analysis with respect to agricultural and food markets on the national as well as international level. We have collaborations with leading research institutes worldwide. Agricultural and food market research has many interesting theoretical and empiric facets that we highlight in research and teaching. In our scientific work, we focus on a pluralism of methods which is adjusted to the various scientific questions. By incorporating research projects in seminars and lectures, we strive for a close alliance of research and teaching. Among others major research projects deal with manifold aspects of consumer behaviour such as perception, preferences and willingness to pay.
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- Yeh, C.-H., Hartmann, M., Hirsch, S. (2018): Taiwanese consumer survey data for investigating the role of information on equivalence of organic standards in directing food choice. Data in Brief (accepted).
- Lorenz, B. A.-S., Langen, N., Hartmann, M., Klink-Lehmann, J. (2018): Decomposing Attitudes towards Food Leftovers: Implications for General Attitude, Intention and Behavior. British Food Journal (accepted).
- Vo, H.T.M., Hartmann, M., Langen, N. (2018): Rewarding the good and penalizing the bad? Consumers’ reaction to food retailers’ conduct. British Food Journal (accepted).
- Yeh, C.-H., Hartmann, M., Hirsch, S. (2018): Does information on equivalence of standards direct choice? Evidence for organic labels from different countries-of-origin. Food Quality and Preference, 65: 28-39.
- Haß, J., Lischetzke, T. and Hartmann, M. (2018): Does the distribution frequency matter? A subgroup specific analysis of the effectiveness of the EU School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme in Germany comparing twice and thrice weekly deliveries, Public Health Nutrition, 1-13.
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