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2018 FAMPS Section Annual Meeting Schedule

Sunday, August 5

  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM - FAMPS Business Meeting & Mixer - Maryland B

Monday, August 6

  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM - Economics of Information in Modern Food Markets (Joint with GSS) - Park Twr Ste 8228
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Using Retail and Household Panel Scanner Data in Research (Joint with GSS) - Park Twr Ste 8222
  • 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM - Do Consumers Experience Information Overload? Bundled, Attraction, and Mandatory Labeling Effects on Consumer Attitudes towards Genetically Modified Food (Joint with EXECON) - Maryland B

Tuesday, August 7

  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM - Food Waste along the Supply Chain: Drivers and Market Implications (Joint with IBES) - Marriott Balcony B
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - The potential effect of regulatory and voluntary changes in the food supply to improve diet quality (Joint with FSN) - Mckinley
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Recent Topics on Food Retail (Joint with AEM) - Virginia A
  • 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM - Using Data to Inform Health and Nutrition Policy (Joint with FSN) - Park Twr Ste 8222
  • 4:45 PM - 6:15 PM - Economics of Dietary Choices – Measurement issues (Joint with FSN) - Park Twr Ste 8212

2017 FAMPS Section Track Sessions

  • Industry Readiness for the Food Safety Modernization Act: Results from Three Food Safety Surveys (Joint with SCE)
  • Marketing Policy Implications of Food: Consumer behavior and labeling policy from different perspectives (Joint with FSN)
  • Food Waste in the United States: Historical Perspectives, Theory, and Empirical Evidence (Joint with FSN)
  • Using Retail and Household Panel Scanner Data in Research
  • Food Fraud: Economic Analysis of Fraud in Supply Chains and Consumer Behavior Implications (Joint with AEM)
  • Analysis of Organic Supply Chains at the Retail, Production and Trade Levels (Joint with AEM)
  • The Hard, Thin Line between Analysis and Advocacy (Joint with Senior)

2016 Annual Meeting Track Sessions

  • What's in a Label?  The Research, Politics and Policy of Genetically Modified Products Labeling in the U.S. (Joint with FSN)
  • Scanner Data and Nutrition Links: Early Findings and Future Research Directions (Joint with FSN)
  • Marketing sustainability: Consumer interest in sustainability and health attributes on food and beverage products (Joint with FSN)
  • Are Checkoff Programs Good for Nutrition?
  • Does Food Safety Regulation Pay? (Joint with FSN)

2015 Annual Meeting Track Sessions

  • Investigating Decision Making: The inclusion of eye tracking in economic experiments (Joint with IBES)
  • Including Subjective Beliefs in Empirical Models of Choice and Preferences: Methodological and Food Policy Implications (Joint with FSN)
  • Analyzing Food Choices: The Effects of Social Networks, Nutrition Facts in Lunchrooms and Cognitive Abilities (Joint with FSN)
  • Food Safety as a Global Public Good:  Recent Advances in Strengthening the Foundation for More Effective Food Safety Management Around the World (Joint with FSN)

2014 Annual Meeting Track Sessions

  • Consumer Labeling Issues (Joint with FSN)
  • Food Quality and Trade (Joint with International)
  • The Development of the US Brewing Industry (Joint with AEM)
  • Global Trends in Marketing and Demand of Meat and Dairy Products (Joint with FSN)

2013 Annual Meeting Track Sessions

  • Entrepreneurship and Marketing in the Wine Industry (Joint with AEM)
  • Is it Healthier, Tastier, and Who Buys it?…– Current Issues Surrounding Organic Food Production and Consumption
  • Value-added through Food Processing: Price, Time, and Nutrition Trade-offs (Joint with FSN)

2012 Annual Meeting Track Sessions

  • Food Marketing and Nutrition (Co-sponsored with FSN)
  • Wine Marketing and Policy (Co-sponsored with Extension)
  • Labeling, Regulation, and Food Demand (Co-sponsored with FSN)
  • Value Added Meat Marketing Around the Globe: International Insights on Safety, Health, and Convenience

Previous FAMPS Activities

FAMPS sponsored a number of activities at previous AAEA meetings. These activities are described in the documents available at the  Archive Page.