Research

Publications:

Slade, Peter, Anna Josephson, and Jeffrey Michler. 2019. "Foreign Geographical Indications, Consumer Preferences, and Domestic Markets: The Case of CETA." Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, forthcoming.

Karamanos, Vangelis, Jill Hobbs and Peter Slade. 2019. “Consumer Responses to Private Nutrition Signals.” Journal of Food Products Marketing, 25(2):111-136.

Slade, Peter and Richard Gray. 2019. “Wheat Stocks and the Cointegration of Wheat Prices.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 67(1):103-114.

Slade, Peter and Tor Tolhurst. 2018. “Job Security and Risk Taking: Theory and Evidence from Professional Football.” Southern Economic Journal, 85(3): 899-918.

Serfas, Devin, Richard Gray, and Peter Slade, 2018. “Congestion and Distribution of Rents in Wheat Export Sector: A Canada-US Cross Border Comparison.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 66(2):187-207.

Slade, Peter, 2018. “If You Build It, Will They Eat It? Consumer Preferences for Synthetic Meat Burgers.” Appetite, 125(1):428-437.

Slade, Peter, 2017. “The Effects of Pricing Canadian Livestock Emissions.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 66(2): 305-329.

Slade, Peter, 2017. “Body Mass and Wages: New Evidence from Quantile Estimation.” Economics & Human Biology, 24A: 223-240.

Slade, Peter and Getu Hailu, 2016. “Efficiency and Regulation: A Comparison of Dairy Farms in Ontario and New York State.” Journal of Productivity Analysis, 45(1):103-115. 


Working papers:

Social Attitudes and Demographic Differences between Homosexual and Heterosexual Males

Killing the Sacred Dairy Cow: Consumer Preferences for Milk Alternatives (with Mila Markevych).

Foreign Geographical Indications, Consumer Preferences, and Domestic Markets: The Case of CETA (with Anna Josephson and Jeffrey Michler)

Farmers’ Preferences for Joining a Data Sharing Program (with Madeline Turland)

Consumer Preferences for Products with Multiple Ethical Attributes (with Sean Cash and John Cranfield)

Reconsidering Buyer Power in Agricultural Markets: Experimental Evidence (with James Nolan)


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