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Inge Røpke and Lucia A. Reisch

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Edited by Lucia A. Reisch and Inge Røpke

Research on consumption from an environmental perspective has exploded since the late 1990s. This important new volume cuts across disciplines to present the latest research in the field.
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Andrea Farsang and Lucia Reisch

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Edited by Lucia A. Reisch and John Thøgersen

This Handbook compiles the state of the art of current research on sustainable consumption from the world’s leading experts in the field. The implementation of sustainable consumption presents one of the greatest challenges and opportunities we are faced with today. On the one hand, consumption is a wanted and necessary phenomenon important for society and the economy. On the other, our means of consumption contradicts many important ecological and social long-term goals. Set against this background, the Handbook aims to offer an interdisciplinary overview of recent research on sustainable consumption, to draw attention to this subject and to encourage discussion and debate. In 27 chapters, leading authorities in the field provide their expertise in a concise and accessible manner.
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Lucia A. Reisch and John Thøgersen

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Jan M. Bauer and Lucia A. Reisch

High obesity levels are an increasing concern for policy-makers as they are associated with high costs in the health care system, reduced well-being, and impaired individual health. Hence, there is a growing interest in governments to foster healthier lifestyles. Based on recent comprehensive literature overviews of available behaviourally informed policy tools that aim to influence individual food choices towards healthier choices, this chapter suggests a research agenda for the closely related fields of economic psychology and behavioural economics in the field of healthy food choices. The research agenda is developed based on the current understanding of the interplay of individual food choice and governmental intervention in general, and the policy approach of behaviourally informed regulation in specific.

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Lucia Reisch, Clive L. Spash and Sabine Bietz