Interventions to increase VEG meals.
- Kurz, V. (2018). Nudging to reduce meat consumption: Immediate and persistent effects of an intervention at a university restaurant. Journal of Environmental Economics and management, 90, 317-341.
- Garnett, E. et al. (2019). Impact of increasing vegetarian availability on meal selection and sales in cafeterias. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(42), 20923-20929.
- Jalil et al. (2020). Eating to save the planet: Evidence from a randomized controlled trial using individual-level food purchase data. Food Policy, 95, 101950.
Discussing animal welfare
- Fleurbaey & Leppanen (2021). Toward a theory of ecosystem well-being. Journal of Bioeconomics, 1-39.
- Espinosa & Treich (2021). Animal welfare: Antispeciesism, veganism and a “life worth living”. Social Choice and Welfare, 56(3), 531-548.
- Machovina et al. (2015). Biodiversity conservation: The key is reducing meat consumption. Science of the Total Environment, 536, 419-431.
- Espinosa et al. (2020). Infectious diseases and meat production. Environmental and Resource Economics, 76(4), 1019-1044.
- Espinosa and Stoop. (2021). Do people really want to be informed? Ex-ante evaluations of information-campaign effectiveness. Experimental Economics, 1-25.
- Hestermann et al. (2020). An economic model of the meat paradox. European Economic Review, 129, 103569.
Animal welfare and farming
• Thøfner et al. (2021). Keel bone fractures in Danish laying hens: Prevalence and risk factors
• Saget et al. (2021). Comparative life cycle assessment of plant and beef-based patties, including carbon opportunity costs. Sustainable Production and Consumption [Tweet]