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Agricultural adoption and behavioral economics: Bridging the gap
NA Streletskaya, SD Bell, M Kecinski, T Li, S Banerjee, LH Palm‐Forster, ...
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 42 (1), 54-66, 2020
642020
Reclaimed water and food production: Cautionary tales from consumer research
OM Savchenko, M Kecinski, T Li, KD Messer
Environmental Research 170, 320-331, 2019
442019
Fresh foods irrigated with recycled water: A framed field experiment on consumer responses
OM Savchenko, M Kecinski, T Li, KD Messer, H Xu
Food Policy 80, 103-112, 2018
432018
Consumer preferences for oyster attributes: Field experiments on brand, locality, and growing method
M Kecinski, KD Messer, L Knapp, Y Shirazi
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 46 (2), 315-337, 2017
392017
Stigma mitigation and the importance of redundant treatments
M Kecinski, DK Keisner, KD Messer, WD Schulze
Journal of Economic Psychology 54, 44-52, 2016
282016
Ignoring Indigenous peoples—climate change, oil development, and Indigenous rights clash in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
E Zentner, M Kecinski, A Letourneau, D Davidson
Climatic Change 155 (4), 533-544, 2019
272019
The importance of selecting the right messenger: A framed field experiment on recycled water products
A Whiting, M Kecinski, T Li, KD Messer, J Parker
Ecological Economics 161, 1-8, 2019
252019
Heterogeneous preferences for oysters: Evidence from field experiments
T Li, M Kecinski, KD Messer
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 46 (2), 296-314, 2017
242017
Environmental and regulatory concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic: results from the pandemic food and stigma survey
M Kecinski, KD Messer, BR McFadden, T Malone
Environmental and Resource Economics 76, 1139-1148, 2020
222020
Does food processing mitigate consumers’ concerns about crops grown with recycled water?
OM Savchenko, T Li, M Kecinski, KD Messer
Food Policy 88, 101748, 2019
212019
When cleaning too much pollution can be a bad thing: A field experiment of consumer demand for oysters
M Kecinski, KD Messer, AJ Peo
Ecological Economics 146, 686-695, 2018
212018
Measuring stigma: The behavioral implications of disgust
M Kecinski, DK Keisner, KD Messer, WD Schulze
Environmental and Resource Economics 70, 131-146, 2018
202018
COVID‐19 Induced Stigma in US Consumers: Evidence and Implications
BR McFadden, T Malone, M Kecinski, KD Messer
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 103 (2), 486–497, 2021
172021
Behavioural responses to science-based eco-labelling: gold, silver, or bronze
T Li, M Kecinski, KD Messer
Applied Economics 50 (39), 4250-4263, 2018
132018
Mitigating public concerns about recycled drinking water: leveraging the power of voting and communication
M Kecinski, KD Messer
Water Resources Research 54 (8), 5300-5326, 2018
132018
Agricultural preservation professionals' perceptions and attitudes about cost-effective land selection methods
KD Messer, WL Allen, M Kecinski, Y Chen
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71 (2), 148-155, 2016
122016
Emotional pathways to climate change responses
DJ Davidson, M Kecinski
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 13 (2), e751, 2022
112022
Military readiness and environmental protection through cost-effective land conservation
KD Messer, M Kecinski, Z Liu, MA Korch, T Bounds
Land Economics 92 (3), 433-449, 2016
82016
Multiple-Knapsack optimization in land conservation: results from the first cost-effective conservation program in the United States
KD Messer, M Kecinski, X Tang, RH Hirsch
Land Economics 92 (1), 117-130, 2016
82016
Consumer perceptions after long‐term use of alternative irrigation water: A field experiment in Israel
SF Ellis, M Kecinski, KD Messer, C Lipchin
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 44 (2), 1003-1020, 2022
72022
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