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Consumers’ willingness to pay for health benefits in food products: a meta-analysis

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Consumers’ willingness to pay for health benefits in food products : a meta-analysis. / Dolgopolova, Irina ; Teuber, Ramona.

In: Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 31.08.2017.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

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Dolgopolova, I & Teuber, R 2017, 'Consumers’ willingness to pay for health benefits in food products: a meta-analysis' Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. DOI: 10.1093/aepp/ppx036

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Dolgopolova, I., & Teuber, R. (2017). Consumers’ willingness to pay for health benefits in food products: a meta-analysis. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. DOI: 10.1093/aepp/ppx036

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Dolgopolova I, Teuber R. Consumers’ willingness to pay for health benefits in food products: a meta-analysis. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. 2017 Aug 31. Available from, DOI: 10.1093/aepp/ppx036

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Dolgopolova, Irina ; Teuber, Ramona / Consumers’ willingness to pay for health benefits in food products : a meta-analysis.

In: Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 31.08.2017.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

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