The research program (2010) is broad ranging and includes aspects of co-operatives, credit unions and agricultural marketing issues. Graduate student research includes
willingness to pay for traceability and animal testing in the livestock and farmed cervid sectors
food security and the potential impact of chronic wasting disease on food security in Northern Canada
chicken demand by retail fresh and frozen product
consumer interest in nanotechnology and cloning
political economy of animal testing and traceability in Canada, Japan and the U.S.
consumer demand for yoghurt – why is it so different than the demand for other dairy products?
certification and consumer interest in credence production attributes in Canadian agriculture
food away from home purchases and their drivers and implications for health
Some completed studies/presentations can be found at the Publications section.
Annual reports on the activities of the Co-operative Chair and other staff can be found at the following links.