His primary areas of study are Food safety, Marketing, Supply chain, Context and Environmental health. The Food safety study combines topics in areas such as Focus group, Advertising, Food systems and Postal survey. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Food safety risk analysis, Public sector, Public economics and Private sector.
His Marketing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Consistency, Nutraceutical and Demographic economics. His Supply chain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Incentive and Industrial organization. His Context research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Quality, International trade and Developing country.
Spencer Henson focuses on Food safety, Marketing, Economic growth, Developing country and Context. His Food safety research incorporates themes from Incentive, Food processing, International trade and Food systems. His Food systems study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Food industry and Agricultural economics.
His research in Marketing tackles topics such as Industrial organization which are related to areas like Globalization. Context overlaps with fields such as Public economics and Quality in his research. Spencer Henson usually deals with Public economics and limits it to topics linked to Government and Psychological intervention.
Spencer Henson mainly focuses on Psychological intervention, Nutrient density, Natural resource economics, Public economics and Conceptual framework. His work carried out in the field of Psychological intervention brings together such families of science as Food processing and Reference group. He combines subjects such as Economic growth, Purchasing, Product and Supply chain with his study of Natural resource economics.
His Economic growth research includes elements of Food value and Nutritious food. His Public economics research incorporates elements of Context and Scope. His Agricultural economics study which covers Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Network that intersects with Food systems.
His primary areas of investigation include Psychological intervention, Value chain, Conceptual framework, Public economics and Context. His studies deal with areas such as Food processing and Reference group as well as Psychological intervention. The concepts of his Food processing study are interwoven with issues in Young adult, Gerontology, Population health and Environmental health.
His Value chain study incorporates themes from Health services research, Health care reform, Development economics, Market system and Public sector. His study of Conceptual framework brings together topics like Goods and services, Private sector, Environmental resource management and Value.
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Private agri-food standards: Implications for food policy and the agri-food system
Spencer Henson;Thomas Reardon.
Food Policy (2005)
Co-regulation as a possible model for food safety governance: Opportunities for public–private partnerships
Marian Garcia Martinez;Andrew Fearne;Julie A. Caswell;Spencer Henson.
‘Proactive fast-tracking’ diffusion of supermarkets in developing countries: implications for market institutions and trade
Thomas Reardon;Spencer Henson;Julio Berdegué.
Journal of Economic Geography (2007)
Why Do Small-Scale Producers Choose to Produce under Contract? Lessons from Nontraditional Vegetable Exports from Zimbabwe
Oliver Masakure;Spencer Henson.
World Development (2005)
Understanding Developing Country Strategic Responses to the Enhancement of Food Safety Standards
Spencer Henson;Steven Jaffee.
The World Economy (2008)
Private food safety and quality standards for fresh produce exporters: The case of Hortico Agrisystems, Zimbabwe
Spencer Henson;Oliver Masakure;David Boselie.
Food Policy (2005)
Consumer valuation of functional foods and nutraceuticals in Canada. A conjoint study using probiotics.
Getu Hailu;Andreas Boecker;Spencer Henson;John Cranfield.
CONSUMER WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR REDUCTIONS IN THE RISK OF FOOD POISONING IN THE UK
Journal of Agricultural Economics (1996)
Small-scale farmer participation in new agri-food supply chains: Case of the supermarket supply chain for fruit and vegetables in Honduras
Jose Blandon;Spencer Henson;John Cranfield.
Journal of International Development (2009)
Perceived risk and risk reduction strategies in the choice of beef by Irish consumers
Mary McCarthy;Spencer Henson.
Food Quality and Preference (2005)
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