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Laure Saulais, a CIRANO researcher, is an associate professor in the Department of Agri-Food Economics and Consumer Sciences at Laval University and a researcher at NUTRISS Research Center within the Institute of Nutrition
Holding a dual educational background as an agri-food engineer (AgroParisTech, France) and as an economist (M.Sc. in environmental and natural resource economics from Université Paris X and Ph.D. in economics from Université Pierre Mendès France/Grenoble II). She also holds a habilitation to direct research from Université Claude Bernard/Lyon I. Prior to joining Laval University, she worked for ten years at the Institut Paul Bocuse Research Center in France, where she created and was responsible of a research group in behavioral economics of food.
Her research, within the field of behavioral economics, is mainly based on experimental approaches and explores the transition towards food system sustainability at the level of individual decision-making. Her works address a broad range of topics, from the design of behaviorally-informed interventions towards more sustainable consumption models, to decision-making in response to agri-food innovation and public policies.
Saulais, Laure & Massey, Camille & Perez-Cueto, Federico J.A. & Appleton, Katherine M. & Dinnella, Caterina & Monteleone, Erminio & Depezay, Laurence & Hartwell, Heather & Giboreau, Agnès (2019) - When are “Dish of the Day” nudges most effective to increase vegetable selection?
Anestis Dougkas & Laure Saulais & Agnès Giboreau (2019) - Studying natural meals: what are the benefits of a living lab approach?
Laure Saulais & Laurent Muller & Valérie Lesgards (2017) - Murmurer à l’oreille... de l’industriel ? L’économie expérimentale comme outil d’aide à la décision en entreprise
Laure Saulais & Egizio Valceschini (2017) - La sécurité sanitaire des aliments : un nouveau modèle de régulation européen
Laure Saulais & Laurent Muller & Valérie Lesgards (2017) - Whispering in the ears of... companies? Experimental economics as a tool for decision in the private sector
[Murmurer à l’oreille... de l’industriel ? L’économie expérimentale comme outil d’aide à
Katherine Appleton & Ann Hemingway & Laure Saulais & Caterina Dinnella & Erminio Monteleone & Laure Depezay & David Morizet & F. Armando Perez-Cueto & Ann Bevan & Heather Hartwell (2016) - Increasing vegetable intakes: rationale and systematic review of published interventions
Maurice Doyon & Laure Saulais & Bernard Ruffieux & Denise Bweli (2015) - Hypothetical bias for private goods: does cheap talk make a difference?