115 EAAE Seminar The Economics of Food Food Choice and Health

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					Registration & participation fee                         General information
Participants of an EAAE-Seminar must be an               Seminar language
EAAE-member.                                             All contributions will be in English.

                                                         The seminar will take place at the Freising site of
                          EAAE-        Non-EAAE-         the Technische Universität München, Germany.                  115th EAAE Seminar
                          members      members           Freising is located 10 minutes from Munich airport
                                                         and 30 minutes from downtown Munich.                  The Economics of Food, Food Choice
 Before July 15, 2010     250€          295€                                                                                and Health
  After July 15, 2010     295€          340€
                                                         Seminar location: Zentrales Hörsaalgebäude
                                                         (central lecture building), Am Forum 6, 85354
                                                         Freising, Germany
Registration will be through the seminar website at                                                                September 15th - 17th, 2010
Registration will be possible until
September 1st, 2010, reduced rate subscription is
offered until July 15th, 2010.

The fee includes lunches on three seminar days,                                                                              To be held at:
dinner on the second day, coffee during the breaks
and a copy (or CD-ROM) of the conference
                                                                                                               Marketing and Consumer Research
proceedings. Accommodation is not included.                                                                          TUM Business School
                                                                                                                Technische Universität München
                                                                                                                       Freising, Germany
Please note that a maximum of 80 registrations will be
accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

Contact person                                           Information on venue, travel arrangements and
                                                         accommodation in Freising will be provided in due
Dr. Carola Grebitus                                      course through the web site.
Institute for Food and Resource Economics      
University of Bonn
Nussallee 21
53115 Bonn                                               Freising information
                                                         Munich information
                                                         Oktoberfest: from Sept. 18 to Oct. 3 , 2010
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115th EAAE Seminar                                        Topics                                                    All accepted papers will be collected on a CD-ROM.
                                                                                                                    A selection of contributed papers may be published
                                                                                                                    together with the invited papers in a special issue of
                                                          Trends and driving forces of healthy diets                an appropriate applied economics journal.
The Economics of Food, Food
                                                          ? Current and emerging trends in food demand
Choice and Health                                                                                                   Important dates
                                                          ? Globalisation and urbanisation
The purpose of the seminar is to provide a platform       ? Changing diets: “tradition and health”, “culture        Abstract submission: March 31st, 2010
for studies from microeconomics, health economics,          and health”                                             Author notification of paper and poster
behavioural economics and food marketing in order         ? Distributional aspects; e.g. affordability of healthy   acceptance/rejection: May 31st, 2010
to explain the interdependencies among risks
                                                            foods, future food shortages and prices                 Early registration deadline: July 15th, 2010
resulting from unhealthy diets or unsafe food and to
                                                                                                                    Deadline final papers: August 31st, 2010
analyse opportunities to manage these risks.
Malnutrition and unsafe food are as much economic         Individual food choice, diet and health                   Deadline registration: September 1st, 2010
as they are nutritional and health issues. Deficiencies
                                                          ? Communication: impact of food marketing on food         Organisation
and excess in a person's intake of nutrients and other
                                                            choice and health
dietary elements needed for a healthy living on the                                                                 Organisation committee
one hand and toxins on the other hand are the result      ? Determinants and stability of nutritional behaviour
of individual but also industrial choices with            ? Consumer’s information processing, buying               Jutta Roosen (Chair), Klaus Salhofer, Larissa
individual, industrial and societal consequences.           decisions and willingness to pay regarding healthy      Drescher (all Technische Universität München),
                                                            diets                                                   Carola Grebitus (Universität Bonn). The seminar will
The objective of the seminar is to provide insights       ? Dietary guidance: review (over time; between            be organised at the Technische Universität München,
into the determinants of food choice, food availability                                                             Germany, Marketing and Consumer Research.
                                                            countries) and critical assessment
as well as regulatory tools and their possible impact
                                                          ? Food safety and new technologies                        International programme committee
on health.
                                                                                                                    ? Monika Hartmann, Universität Bonn, Germany
                                                          Market and policy: necessity, impact and                    (Chair)
Call for papers                                           evaluation of intervention (also market/ policy
                                                                                                                    ? Vic Adamowicz, University of Alberta, Canada
The seminar invites an international scientific                                                                     ? Frode Alfnes, Norwegian University of Life
audience in the fields of agricultural and food           ? Costs of adverse nutritional behaviour                    Sciences, Norway
economics, behavioural and health economics, and          ? Agricultural policy and healthy food choice             ? Gerrit Antonides, Wageningen University, The
marketing. Participants who would like to present a       ? Effectiveness of self control commitments at the          Netherlands
paper (or poster) are requested to submit an                level of enterprises/ industries                        ? Sean Cash, University of Wisconsin, US
extended abstract in English (2 pages; Times New          ? Efficiency and effectiveness of governmental            ? Ellen Goddard, University of Alberta, Canada
Roman font, point size 12, single spacing) before           provision/ regulation of information, of food taxes/    ? Thomas Herzfeld, Wageningen University, The
March 31st, 2010. The abstract should indicate: the         subsidies, of regulating the availability of food         Netherlands
question addressed, the concepts and theories to                                                                    ? Helen H. Jensen, Iowa State University, US
which one refers, the methodology used and the                                                                      ? Derrick Jones, Food Standards Agency, UK
results obtained.
                                                                                                                    ? Jayson Lusk, Oklahoma State University, US
                                                                                                                    ? Stephane Marette, INRA, France
                                                                                                                    ? Mario Mazzocchi, Università di Bologna, Italy