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Michele Belot
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Michele Belot

Professor, Economics
Economics
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Michele Belot, N Vitt, M Vecchi, J James. . Maternal stress during pregnancy and children's diet: Evidence from a population of low socioeconomic status, Journal of Nutrition . (Jan;93:111423).
  • Michele Belot, Nicolai Vitt, Jonathan James, Martina Vecchi. 2021. Daily stressors and food choices: A lab experiment with low-SES mothers, European Economic Review . 136
  • Michele Belot, Y Alem, H Behrendt , A Bíró. 2021. Mind training, stress and behaviour—A randomised experiment, PLoS One . 15(11)(e0258172).
  • Michele Belot, N.W Papageorge, S E. van den Broek-Altenburg, Choi, Julian Jamison, Egon Tripodi. 2021. Socio-demographic factors associated with self-protecting behavior during the Covid-19 pandemic, . 34(Journal of Population Economics):691-738.
  • Jan Bauer, Marina Schroeder, Martina Vecchi, Tina Bake, Suzanne Dickson, Michele Belot. 2021. Rewarding behavior with a sweet food strengthens its valuation, PLoS One . 14(16(4)).
  • Michele Belot, Syngjoo Choi, Egon Tripodi, Broek-Altenburg, Eline van den, Julian C. Jamison, Nicholas W. Papageorge. 2021. Unequal consequences of COVID-19 across age and income: Representative evidence from six countries, . 19:769-83. (DOI:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11150-021-09560-z)

Professional Activities

  • Panel Unraveling the Global Pandemic Impact on Women . Presented to Cornell University. Cornell University. 2022.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to University of Toronto. Toronto. 2022.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Online. 2022.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to Cornell University. Ithaca. 2022.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to University College London. Online. 2021.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to University of Copenhagen. Online. 2021.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to University of Glasgow. Online. 2021.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to University of Sydney. Online. 2021.
  • Eliciting Time Preferences with Changing Background Consumption. Presented to University of Essen. Online. 2021.
  • Eliciting Time Preferences with Changing Background Consumption. Presented to Dusseldorf University. Online. 2021.
  • Eliciting Time Preferences with Changing Background Consumption. Presented to Utrecht School of Economics. Online. 2021.
  • Changing Dietary Habits in Early Life – A Field Experiment with Low Income Families. Presented to University of Nottingham. Online. 2021.
  • Daily stressors and Food Choices: A Lab Experiment with Low-SES Mothers. Presented to University of Antwerp. Online. 2021.
  • Eliciting Time Preferences When Income and Consumption Vary: Theory, Validation & Application to Job Search. Presented to Universite libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. Online. 2020.
  • Eliciting Time Preferences When Income and Consumption Vary: Theory, Validation & Application to Job Search. Presented to Catholic University of Louvain. Online. 2020.
  • Unequal Consequences of Covid-19 Across Age and Income: Representative Evidence from Six Countries. Presented to European Commission. Online. 2020.
  • How wage announcements affect job search behaviour - a field experimental investigation. Presented to University of Liverpool. Online. 2020.
  • Presented to University of Innsbruck. Online. 2020.
  • Eliciting Time Preferences When Income and Consumption Vary: Theory, Validation & Application to Job Search. Presented to IZA. Online. 2020.
  • Discrimination in Memory. Presented to EALE-SOLE-ASSLE. Online. 2020.
  • Unequal Consequences of Covid-19 Across Age and Income: Representative Evidence from Six Countries. Presented to Behavioral Insights Team. Online. 2020.

Contact

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