Julia Bronnmann
Julia Bronnmann
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Sustainable Seafood from Aquaculture and Wild Fisheries: Insights from a Discrete Choice Experiment in Northern Germany
J Bronnmann, F Asche
Ecological Economics 142, 113-119, 2017
The value of product attributes, brands and private labels: an analysis of frozen seafood in Germany
J Bronnmann, F Asche
Journal of Agricultural Economics 67 (1), 231-244, 2016
Consumer preferences for farmed and ecolabeled turbot: A North German perspective
J Bronnmann, J Hoffmann
Aquaculture Economics & Management 22 (3), 342-361, 2018
Price premiums for ecolabelled seafood: MSC certification in Germany
F Asche, J Bronnmann
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 61 (4), 576-589, 2017
Market integration between farmed and wild fish: evidence from the whitefish market in Germany
J Bronnmann, I Ankamah-Yeboah, M Nielsen
Marine Resource Economics 31 (4), 421-432, 2016
The value of responsibly farmed fish: A hedonic price study of ASC-certified whitefish
F Asche, J Bronnmann, AL Cojocaru
Ecological Economics 188, 107135, 2021
Integration of a local fish market in Namibia with the global seafood trade: Implications for fish traders and sustainability
J Bronnmann, MD Smith, J Abbott, CJ Hay, TF Næsje
World Development 135, 105048, 2020
Consumer preference heterogeneity and preference segmentation: The case of ecolabeled salmon in Danish retail sales
I Ankamah-Yeboah, F Asche, J Bronnmann, M Nielsen, R Nielsen
Marine Resource Economics 35 (2), 159-176, 2020
Price transmission in the pangasius value chain from Vietnam to Germany
Nguyen Tien Thong, Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Julia Bronnmann, Max Nielsen, Eva ...
Aquaculture Reports 16, 2020
Characteristics of demand structure and preferences for wild and farmed seafood in Germany: an application of QUAIDS modeling with correction for sample selection
J Bronnmann, JP Loy, KJ Schroeder
Marine Resource Economics 31 (3), 281-300, 2016
Efficiency of correction for sample selection in QUAIDS models: an example for the fish demand in Germany
J Bronnmann, S Guettler, JP Loy
Empirical Economics 57, 1469-1493, 2019
Asymmetries in import-retail cost pass-through: Analysis of the seafood value chain in Germany
I Ankamah-Yeboah, J Bronnmann
Aquaculture Economics & Management 21 (1), 71-87, 2017
The German whitefish market: An application of the LA/AIDS model using retail-scanner-data
J Bronnmann
Aquaculture Economics & Management 20 (4), 330-341, 2016
Market integration in the crustaceans market: Evidence from Germany
I Ankamah-Yeboah, J Bronnmann
Marine Policy 87, 72-77, 2018
Market integration of pangasius and tilapia in relation to wild-caught whitefish in Germany
J Bronmann, I Ankamah-Yeboah, M Nielsen
Marine Resource Economics 31 (4), 421-32, 2016
Product differentiation and dynamics of cost pass-through in the German fish market: An error-correction-distance measure approach
T Bittmann, J Bronnmann, DV Gordon
Journal of Commodity Markets 19, 100105, 2020
Bottle size matters: Heterogeneity in the German carbonated soft drink market
J Hoffmann, J Bronnmann
Agribusiness 35 (4), 556-573, 2019
The value of naturalness of urban green spaces: Evidence from a discrete choice experiment
J Bronnmann, V Liebelt, F Marder, J Meya, M Quaas
Land Economics, 2023
Asymmetric adjustment of retail cod and herring prices in Germany: A NARDL approach
J Bronnmann, T Bittmann
Marine Policy 106, 103513, 2019
Measuring motivations for choosing ecolabeled seafood: Environmental concerns and warm glow
J Bronnmann, MT Stoeven, M Quaas, F Asche
Land Economics 97 (3), 641-654, 2021
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