Research of human decision-making and behaviour in an agri-food-environment context.
The FARE Laboratory for Experimental and Applied Economics uses laboratory and field experiments to explore a wide range of human decision-making. The lab’s current research mainly focuses on innovation adoption and market behavior in an agri-food-environment context. Specific topics include nudges, behavioral response to risk and uncertainty, natural resource conservation, provision of public goods, and novel food consumption.
- Economic experiment design
- Economic experiment implementation
- Test of behavioural changes
- Data analysis
- Agriculture, animal science and food
- Clean technology
- Consumer durables
- Consumer non-durables
- Environmental technologies and related services
- Fisheries and aquaculture
- Policy and governance
- Tourism and hospitality
Specialized labs and equipment
|iPad Air tablets (25)
|Participation station for lab and field experiments.
|Cloud-hosted server used to run experiments.
|Workstation for experiment administration.
Private and public sector research partners
- Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research
- USDA Center for Behavioral & Experimental Agri-Environmental Research (CBEAR)