Emily Y Wang
Emily Y Wang
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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The impact of soda taxes on consumer welfare: implications of storability and taste heterogeneity
EY Wang
The RAND Journal of Economics 46 (2), 409-441, 2015
Do Taxes On Soda And Sugary Drinks Work? Scanner Data Evidence From Berkeley And Washington State
C Rojas, E Wang
Economic Inquiry 59 (1), 95-118, 2021
Demand for “healthy” products: False claims and FTC regulation
A Rao, E Wang
Journal of Marketing Research 54 (6), 968-989, 2017
Couponing Strategies in Competition Between a National Brand and a Private Label Product
C Bauner, E Jaenicke, E Wang, PC Wu
Journal of Retailing, 2019
The effect of competition on pricing and product positioning: Evidence from wholesale club entry
C Bauner, E Wang
International Journal of Industrial Organization 67, 102525, 2019
The impact of mandatory trans fat labeling on product mix and consumer choice: A longitudinal analysis of the US Market for margarine and spreads
EY Wang, H Wei, JA Caswell
Food policy 64, 63-81, 2016
GMO and Non-GMO Labeling Effects: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment
A Adalja, J Liaukonytė, E Wang, X Zhu
Marketing Science, 2022
Heterogeneous behavior, obesity, and storability in the demand for soft drinks
E Wang, C Rojas, F Colantuoni
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 99 (1), 18-33, 2017
Evolution of nutritional quality in the US: Evidence from the ready-to-eat cereal industry
E Wang, C Rojas, C Bauner
Economics Letters 133, 105-108, 2015
The effect of more accurate cost-of-living indexes on welfare recipients
EY Wang
Working Paper, 2013
Obesity and Self Control: Evidence from Food Purchase Data
Y Bao, M Osborne, EY Wang, EC Jaenicke
Available at SSRN, 2018
BMI, Food Purchase, and Price Sensitivity
Y Bao, M Osborne, EY Wang, EC Jaenicke
Available at SSRN 3260896, 2020
Direct and Indirect Effects of Mandatory GMO Disclosure with Existing Voluntary Non-GMO Labeling
A Adalja, J Liaukonyte, EY Wang, X Zhu
The SC Johnson College of Business Applied Economics and Policy Working …, 2021
Unhealthy Food, Regulations, and Consumer Welfare: The US Microwaveable Popcorn Market
C Bauner, DP Mohapatra, N Streletskaya, E Wang
Rational Addiction to Food by Obesity Status
JJ Reed, EC Jaenicke, Y Liu, E Wang, E Zeballos
Rational Addiction and other Purchasing Dynamics Across Obesity Status Groups
JJ Reed, EC Jaenicke, Y Liu, E Wang, E Zeballos
A Dynamic Demand Model of Storable Goods with Persistent Brand Preferences
EY Wang, C Bauner
The Evolution of Nutritional Quality: Evidence from the Ready-to-Eat Cereal Industry
C Bauner, C Rojas, E Wang
On the Implementation of Dynamic Demand Models of Storable Goods
EY Wang
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