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8) Carroll, K.A., Samek, A., & Zepeda, L. (2018) "Food Bundling as a Health Nudge: Investigating Consumer Fruit and Vegetable Selection Using Behavioral Economics."  Appetite, 121: 237-248

7) Carroll, K.A. & Samek, A. “Field Experiments on Food Choice in Grocery Stores: A ‘How-to’ Guide.”  Food Policy, Forthcoming.

6) Carroll, K.A., Basinski, S., & Morales, A. (2016). Fining the Hand That Feeds You: Situational and Violation-Specific Factors Influencing New York City Street Vendor Default in Payment. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 18(1): 89-107.

5) Carroll, K. A., Bernard, J. C., & Pesek, J. D. (2013). Consumer Preferences for Tomatoes: The Influence of Local, Organic, and State Program Promotions by Purchasing Venue. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 38(3), 379-396.

4) Hustvedt, G., K.A. Carroll, & J. C. Bernard. (2013). Consumer Ethnocentricity and Preferences for Wool Products by Country of Origin and Manufacture. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 37(5): 498-506.

3) Bernard, J. C., G. Hustvedt, & K. A. Carroll. (2013). What is a Label Worth? Defining the Alternatives to Organic for U.S. Wool Producers. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 17(3): 266-279.

2) Onken, K. A., J. C. Bernard, & J.D. Pesek, Jr. (2011). Comparing Willingness to Pay for Organic, Natural, Locally Grown, and State Marketing Program Promoted Foods in the Mid-Atlantic Region.  Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 40(1): 33-47.

1) Onken, K. A. & J. C. Bernard. (2010). Catching the “Local” Bug: A Look at State Agricultural Marketing Programs. Choices, 25(1): 1-7.