Luca A. Panzone
Luca A. Panzone
School of Natural and Environmental Sciences - Newcastle University
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A systematic review of public attitudes, perceptions and behaviours towards production diseases associated with farm animal welfare
B Clark, GB Stewart, LA Panzone, I Kyriazakis, LJ Frewer
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29 (3), 455-478, 2016
Citizens, consumers and farm animal welfare: A meta-analysis of willingness-to-pay studies
B Clark, GB Stewart, LA Panzone, I Kyriazakis, LJ Frewer
Food Policy 68, 112-127, 2017
Food4Me study: Validity and reliability of Food Choice Questionnaire in 9 European countries
J Markovina, BJ Stewart-Knox, A Rankin, M Gibney, MDV de Almeida, ...
Food quality and preference 45, 26-32, 2015
Socio-demographics, implicit attitudes, explicit attitudes, and sustainable consumption in supermarket shopping
L Panzone, D Hilton, L Sale, D Cohen
Journal of Economic Psychology 55, 77-95, 2016
The importance of regional and local origin in the choice of wine: Hedonic models of Portuguese wines in Portugal
LA Panzone, OM Sim§es
Journal of Wine Research 20 (1), 27-44, 2009
Perceptions of pesticides exposure risks by operators, workers, residents and bystanders in Greece, Italy and the UK
K Remoundou, M Brennan, G Sacchettini, L Panzone, MC Butler-Ellis, ...
Science of the Total Environment 505, 1082-1092, 2015
The COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for rural economies
J Phillipson, M Gorton, R Turner, M Shucksmith, K Aitken-McDermott, ...
Sustainability 12 (10), 3973, 2020
Motivation crowding in real consumption decisions: Who is messing with my groceries?
G Perino, LA Panzone, T Swanson
Economic Inquiry 52 (2), 592-607, 2014
Consumer attitudes towards production diseases in intensive production systems
B Clark, LA Panzone, GB Stewart, I Kyriazakis, JK Niemi, T Latvala, ...
PLoS One 14 (1), e0210432, 2019
The lost scent of Eastern European wines in Western Europe: A hedonic model applied to the UK market
LA Panzone
British Food Journal, 2011
When consumers and products come from the same place: preferences and WTP for geographical indication differ across regional identity groups
L Panzone, G Di Vita, S Borla, M D’Amico
Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing 28 (3), 286-313, 2016
The behavioral effect of pigovian regulation: Evidence from a field experiment
B Lanz, JD Wurlod, L Panzone, T Swanson
Journal of environmental economics and management 87, 190-205, 2018
Why are discounted prices presented with full prices? The role of external price information on consumers’ likelihood to purchase
LA Panzone
Food quality and preference 31, 69-80, 2014
Saving money vs investing money: Do energy ratings influence consumer demand for energy efficient goods?
LA Panzone
Energy economics 38, 51-63, 2013
The design of an environmental index of sustainable food consumption: A pilot study using supermarket data
LA Panzone, A Wossink, D Southerton
Ecological Economics 94, 44-55, 2013
Making personalised nutrition the easy choice: creating policies to break down the barriers and reap the benefits
BJ Stewart-Knox, J Markovina, A Rankin, BP Bunting, S Kuznesof, ...
Food Policy 63, 134-144, 2016
Media effects on sustainable food consumption. How newspaper coverage relates to supermarket expenditures
E Bellotti, L Panzone
International Journal of Consumer Studies 40 (2), 186-200, 2016
The impact of environmental recall and carbon taxation on the carbon footprint of supermarket shopping
LA Panzone, A Ulph, DJ Zizzo, D Hilton, A Clear
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 102137, 2018
Testing for the best instrument to generate sustainable food consumption
L Panzone, G Perino, T Swanson, D Leung
International Journal on Food System Dynamics 2 (3), 237-252, 2011
Biases in consumers' assessment of environmental damage in food chains and how investments in reputation can help
LA Panzone, F Lemke, HL Petersen
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 111, 327-337, 2016
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