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Alimentation et Sciences Sociales

Présentation du laboratoire

Le laboratoire d'Alimentation et sciences sociales étudie l'économie et la sociologie de la consommation et de l'industrie alimentaire, des comportements et des stratégies des acteurs du système alimentaire. Le laboratoire contribue à l'élaboration et à l'évaluation des politiques publiques sur les normes agroalimentaires. Il est divisé en deux axes de recherche : étude des comportements alimentaires et stratégies des entreprises, sociologie de l'alimentation qui porte sur l'analyse des liens entre morphologie sociale et structures des consommations alimentaires et l'analyse des normes régissant l'alimentation. Ces travaux sont notamment inscrits dans une politique de suivi de l'évolution de la consommation par des partenariats avec de grands groupes comme Danone ou Nestlé.

Les 20 dernières publications

Titre Auteurs Date de publication Source
The economics of antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicine: Optimizing societal benefits through mesoeconomic approaches from public and private perspectives P. Sans 01/12/2020 One Health
Educated millennials and credence attributes of food products with genetically modified organisms: Knowledge, trust and social media Maria Angela Perito 02/10/2020 Sustainability (Switzerland)
Profiling young consumers’ perceptions of GMO products: A case study on Italian undergraduate students Maria Angela Perito 01/10/2020 International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science
Consumer attitudes towards local and organic food with upcycled ingredients: An Italian case study for olive leaves Maria Angela Perito 01/09/2020 Foods
Changing agricultural systems and food diets to prevent and mitigate global health shocks Louis Georges Soler 01/08/2020 Sustainability (Switzerland)
Optimal policy and network effects for the deployment of zero emission vehicles Guy Meunier 01/07/2020 European Economic Review
The contractual relationships in the Italian durum wheat chain: Empirical survey evidence Maria Angela Perito 01/06/2020 New Medit
The first systematic survey of restaurant hygiene in Paris, 1908 Sébastien Lecocq 01/06/2020 Journal of Interdisciplinary History
Sustainable consumption in the circular economy. An analysis of consumers’ purchase intentions for waste-to-value food Maria Angela Perito 10/04/2020 Journal of Cleaner Production
Associations between early-life food deprivation during World War II and risk of hypertension and type 2 diabetes at adulthood Olivier Allais, Julia Mink 01/12/2020 Scientific reports
More sustainable European diets based on self-selection do not require exclusion of entire categories of food Louis Georges Soler 01/03/2020 Journal of Cleaner Production
Adolescent body dissatisfaction in contrasting socioeconomic milieus, coming from a French and Luxembourgish context Faustine Régnier 01/01/2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Changes in food purchases at retirement in France Olivier Allais, Pascal Leroy, Julia Mink 01/01/2020 Food Policy
Consumers’ willingness to consume sustainable and local wine in Italy Maria Angela Perito 01/01/2020 Italian Journal of Food Science
Digital devices and types 2 diabetes: An empowered patient? Faustine Régnier, Caroline Ringard, Kàtia Lurbe I. Puerto 01/06/2020 Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique
Consumption of organic meat products in france: an analysis based on panel data scanner dataset P. Sans 01/01/2020 New Medit
Consumer acceptance of cultured meat: some hints from Italy Maria Angela Perito 29/06/2020 British Food Journal
Purchasing alliances and product variety Claire Chambolle 01/12/2020 International Journal of Industrial Organization
Acceptability of insects in animal feed: A survey of French consumers Sylvaine Poret 01/03/2021 Journal of Consumer Behaviour
The use of meta-analysis for the measurement of animal disease burden: Losses due to clinical mastitis as an example P. Sans 01/01/2020 Frontiers in Veterinary Science