His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Consumption, Consumer behaviour, Quality and Advertising. His Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Sample, Food safety and Value. His Consumption research includes elements of Theory of planned behavior, Production, Environmental health, Sustainable agriculture and Purchasing.
Wim Verbeke has included themes like Market share, Stakeholder and Health promotion in his Consumer behaviour study. His studies deal with areas such as Credence, Cultured meat, Islam, Market segmentation and Empirical research as well as Quality. His research investigates the connection with Advertising and areas like Information source which intersect with concerns in Measurement invariance and Health care.
His main research concerns Marketing, Consumption, Quality, Consumer behaviour and Environmental health. His research in Marketing is mostly concerned with Focus group. His Consumption research includes themes of Theory of planned behavior, Social psychology, Food science, Sustainable agriculture and Purchasing.
The Quality study combines topics in areas such as Sample, Credence and Product. Wim Verbeke integrates several fields in his works, including Environmental health, Fish consumption and Healthy eating. His Food safety study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Food quality and Food industry.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Consumption, Environmental health, Food safety and Consumer behaviour. He has researched Marketing in several fields, including Advertising and Food industry. His work deals with themes such as Personalized health, Sustainable agriculture, Standard of living and Ordered logit, which intersect with Consumption.
Wim Verbeke interconnects Population ageing, Food science and Malnutrition in the investigation of issues within Environmental health. His Food safety research includes elements of Stakeholder, Risk perception and Environmental resource management. He combines subjects such as Theory of planned behavior and Public relations with his study of Consumer behaviour.
Marketing, Food science, Willingness to pay, Environmental health and Food safety are his primary areas of study. The Quality and Purchasing research he does as part of his general Marketing study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Context, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His study on Food contaminant and Food Analysis is often connected to Nitrite, Shellfish and Triclosan as part of broader study in Food science.
His Nutrition facts label study in the realm of Environmental health interacts with subjects such as Comprehension. His studies in Food safety integrate themes in fields like Cognitive dissonance, Risk perception and Environmental resource management. His work deals with themes such as Consumption and Processed meat, which intersect with Marketing communication.
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Sustainable Food Consumption: Exploring the Consumer “Attitude – Behavioral Intention” Gap
Iris Vermeir;Wim Verbeke.
Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics (2006)
Personal determinants of organic food consumption: a review
Joris Aertsens;Wim Verbeke;Koen Mondelaers;Guido Van Huylenbroeck.
British Food Journal (2009)
Sustainable food consumption among young adults in Belgium: Theory of planned behaviour and the role of confidence and values
Iris Vermeir;Wim Verbeke.
Ecological Economics (2008)
Consumer acceptance of functional foods: socio-demographic, cognitive and attitudinal determinants
Food Quality and Preference (2005)
Functional foods: Consumer willingness to compromise on taste for health?
Food Quality and Preference (2006)
Individual determinants of fish consumption: application of the theory of planned behaviour.
Wim Verbeke;Isabelle Vackier.
Agriculture and the food industry in the information age
European Review of Agricultural Economics (2005)
Consumer-driven definition of traditional food products and innovation in traditional foods. A qualitative cross-cultural study.
Luis Guerrero;Maria Dolors Guàrdia;Joan Xicola;Wim Verbeke.
Determinants of halal meat consumption in France
Karijn Bonne;Iris Vermeir;Florence Bergeaud‐Blackler;Wim Verbeke.
British Food Journal (2007)
The influence of subjective and objective knowledge on attitude, motivations and consumption of organic food
Joris Aertsens;Koen Mondelaers;Wim Verbeke;Jeroen Buysse.
British Food Journal (2011)
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