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Environment, Information and Consumer Behaviour
Over the past decade there has been growing interest in the role of information in the promotion of environmentally friendly behaviour. This book examines how and why the provision of such information can affect individual decisions concerning buying or consuming a product or valuing a policy. The information can take the form of a product label or a statement in a survey questionnaire, and the decision can be what product to buy, what food to eat or how to answer a contingent valuation question.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
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List of contributors


1 Environment, information and consumer behaviour: an introduction
Clifford S. Russell, Signe Krarup and Christopher D. Clark

Part one: information and consumer behaviour

2. Values and habits: a dual-process model
Andreas Biel and Ulf Dahlstrand

3. Consumer behaviour and the environment: which role for information?
John Thøgersen

4. Evaluating the factors that impact the effectiveness of eco-labelling programmes
Mario F. Teisl and Brian Roe

Part two: environmental labelling

5. Eco-labelling economics: is public involement necessary?
John M. Crespi and Stéphan Marette

6. Public information provision as a tool of environmental policy
Chrisopher D. Clark and Clifford S. Russel

7. The use of certification and eco-labelling as a market-based policy instrument for biodiversity management
Paulo A.L.D. Nunes and Yohanes Eko Riyanto

Environment, Information and Consumer Behaviour

Part three: food labelling

8. Information provision, consumer perceptions and values - the case of organic foods
Meete Wier, Laura Mørch Andersen and Katrin Millock

9. Demand for low-fat dairy products - demand of healthiness or taste?
Sinne Smed and Jørgen Dejgaard Jensen

10. Information, consumer perceptions and regulations: the case of organic salmon
Suzanna C. Beckmann

Part four: Information and valuation

11. The effects of information of willingness to pay: a contingent valuation study of S. Erasmo in the lagoon of Venice
Anna Alberini, Paolo Rosato, Alberto Longo and Valentina Zanatta

12. New approaches to valuing enviornmental benefits using contingent valuation
Douglas C. Macmillan, Nele Lienhoop, Jacqueline M. Potts and Lorena Philip

13. Payment schemes, signalling and warm glow: an illustration of the joint characteristic model to a CV exercise
Paulo A.L.D. Nunes

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