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Economic techniques to estimate the demand for sustainable products: A case study for fair trade and organic coffee in the United Kingdom

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Galarraga, I.; Markandya, A. (2004). Economic techniques to estimate the demand for sustainable products: A case study for fair trade and organic coffee in the United Kingdom. Economía Agraria y Recursos Naturales - Agricultural and Resource Economics. 4(7):109-134. doi:10.7201/earn.2004.07.06

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Title: Economic techniques to estimate the demand for sustainable products: A case study for fair trade and organic coffee in the United Kingdom
Secondary Title: Técnicas económicas para la estimación de la demanda de productos sostenibles: Un estudio para el café de comercio justo y orgánico en el Reino Unido
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[EN] The hedonic approach is used in this paper to estimate how much is paid for the fair trade/organic characteristic of the coffee in the British market. This information is later combined with the Quantity Based Demand ...[+]


[ES] El presente artículo se basa en la utilización del método hedónico para la estimación de la cantidad que se paga por la característica de «Orgánico/Comercio Justo» del café en el mercado británico. La información ...[+]
Subjects: Sistemas de demanda , Método hedónico , Demanda de café , Etiquetado , Demand systems , Hedonic method , Coffee demand , Labelling
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Economía Agraria y Recursos Naturales - Agricultural and Resource Economics. (issn: 1578-0732 ) (eissn: 2174-7350 )
DOI: 10.7201/earn.2004.07.06
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Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.7201/earn.2004.07.06
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