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How cartoon characters and claims influence children’s attitude towards a snack vegetable

Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR, has recently published the article “How cartoon characters and claims influence children’s attitude towards a snack vegetable – An explorative cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark”, in Food Quality and Preference, in collaboration with Hanum PUTRI HAPSARI, Stephanie ANGKA, and Annemarie OLSEN (University of Copenhagen).

Abstract: While the use of cartoon characters is recurrently blamed for encouraging unhealthy food habits in children, these techniques conversely appear to (…)

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Estimates of the macroeconomic costs of cyber‐attacks

Ahmed Bounfour has recently publisher the article “Estimates of the macroeconomic costs of cyber‐attacks“, in Risk Management and Insurance Review, in collaboration with Rokhaya Dieye, Altay Ozaygen and Niaz Kammoun.

Abstract:This paper estimates the macroeconomic losses related to the cyber‐attacks originating from the information and communications technology (ICT) and the financial sectors. The study accounts for the interdependency of various economic sectors and looks to the cascading effect (…)

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How packaging colours and claims influence children’s vegetable attitude and intake – An exploratory cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark

Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR, has recently published the article “How packaging colours and claims influence children’s vegetable attitude and intake – An exploratory cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark “, in Food Quality and Preference, 79, 2020, in collaboration with Stephanie ANGKA, Hanum PUTRI HAPSARI et Annemarie OLSEN (University of Copenhagen).

Abstract: Most marketing strategies for children focus on unhealthy foods, and it is less well investigated whether they can (…)

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Le RITM est le laboratoire de recherches en économie et gestion de l’Université Paris Saclay. Il est né de la fusion de l’ADIS et du PESOR.

Le laboratoire participe à la construction d’un pôle commun d’économie et de gestion au sein de la future Université de Paris-Saclay, avec les départements des autres établissements présents ou devant s’installer sur le plateau Saclay.

Le RITM est un laboratoire référencé par Plug in Labs de Paris Saclay (cliquez sur le logo pour accéder à la page RITM)Pour voir ou revoir les dernière émissions de Fenêtres ouvertes sur la gestion proposées par le Pr. Jean-Philippe Denis, en partenariat avec Xerfi-Canal, cliquez ici .

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