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Biography Daniele Asioli

I have a Master in Food Science and Technology and a PhD in Agricultural and Food Economics from University of Bologna (Italy). The title of the PhD dissertation was “An assessment of the business value of traceability practices in the Italian fishery processing industry”. During 2008, I have been enrolled for six months as Visiting PhD student at the Department of Food, Agricultureand Resource Economics of University of Guelph (Canada). From 2009 to 2011 I have been enrolled as Post – Doc at the Department of Agricultural Economics and Engineering at University of Bologna while during 2012 I have been Post – Doc at the Department of Management of Cà Foscari University of Venice (Italy). I have also worked as consultant for farms, food industries and governments for several years in traceability and marketing issues both from practical management activities and in the framework of several European research projects. Actually, I am Marie Curie Research Fellow at Nofima AS and NorwegianUniversity of Life Science (Norway), consultant for food companies and co-owner of two start up (farms) producing meat and fruit specialities in Italy. The title of my Marie Curie Fellowship is “Innovative Methodologies for New Food Product Development: combining Sensory Science and Experimental Economics”. From January to June 2017, I have been Visiting Researcher at the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness at University of Arkansas (US). Current research interests regard topics in agrifood marketing, behavioural and experimental economics, individual differences in consumers’ preferences, applied statistics for consumers studies, new food product development and health, sustainable and new technology derived-food products. I am also involved in the developing of two patents, a statistical software for sensory and consumer product development (ConsumerCheck) with Nofima AS and a new healthy snack bar with an Italian food manufacturer.

Daniele has 10 scientific publications in Cristin:

Asioli, Daniele; Næs, Tormod; Øvrum, Arnstein; Almli, Valerie Lengard; 2016: Comparison of rating-based and choice-based conjoint analysis models. A case study based on preferences for iced coffee in Norway

Asioli, Daniele; Varela, Paula; Hersleth, Margrethe; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Olsen, Nina Veflen; Næs, Tormod; 2016: A discussion of recent methodologies for combining sensory and extrinsic product properties in consumer studies

Asioli, Daniele; Varela, Paula; Hersleth, Margrethe; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Olsen, Nina Veflen; Næs, Tormod; 2016: A discussion of recent methodologies for combining extrinsic and sensory properties in consumer studies

Asioli, Daniele; Canavari, Maurizio; Malaguti, Luca; Mignani, Chiara; 2016: Fruit Branding: Exploring Factors Affecting Adoption of the New Pear Cultivar ‘Angelys’ in Italian Large Retail

Asioli, Daniele; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Næs, Tormod; 2016: Comparison of two different strategies for investigating individual differences among consumers in choice experiments. A case study based on Preferences for Iced Coffee in Norway

Hemmerling, S.; Asioli, Daniele; Spiller, Achim; 2016: Core Organic Taste: Preferences for Naturalness-Related Sensory Attributes of Organic Food Among European Consumers

Asioli, Daniele; Alfnes, F.; 2016: Guest editorial

Asioli, Daniele; Alfnes, Frode; Boecker, Andreas; 2016: Could there be unintended effects of government support for seafood traceability implementation on business planning? Results of a survey among Italian fishery businesses

Bazzani, C.; Asioli, Daniele; Canavari, M.; Grozzoli, E.; 2016: Consumer perceptions and attitudes towards farmers' markets: the case of a Slow Food “Earth Market”

Asioli, Daniele; Næs, Tormod; Granli, Britt Signe; Almli, Valerie Lengard; 2014: Consumer preferences for iced coffee determined by conjoint analysis: An exploratory study with Norwegian consumers

Daniele has 13 other publications in Cristin:

Asioli, Daniele; 2016: Comparison of two different strategies for investigating consumers’ characteristics using choice experiments. A case study based on preferences for iced coffee in Norway.

Asioli, Daniele; Alfnes, Frode; 2016: The Norwegian food market: main issues and trends

Asioli, Daniele; 2015: Choice-based conjoint analysis: a case study on preference for iced coffee

Asioli, Daniele; Næs, Tormod; Hersleth, Margrethe; Almli, Valerie Lengard; 2015: Comparison of rating-based and choice-based conjoint analysis models. A case study on preferences for iced coffee in Norway

Asioli, Daniele; Næs, Tormod; Øvrum, Arnstein; Almli, Valerie Lengard; 2015: Comparison of Rating-Based and Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis Models. A case study based on Preferences for Iced Coffee in Norway

Boecker, Anderas; Asioli, Daniele; 2015: Are there unintended side effects of government support for traceability implementation? Results from a survey among firms in the Italian fish processing sector

Asioli, Daniele; Hersleth, Margrethe; Næs, Tormod; 2015: Consumer-led product development. The interactions of intrinsic and extrinsic product attributes

Asioli, Daniele; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Næs, Tormod; 2015: Comparison of two Mixed Logit Models strategies in Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis. A case study based on Preferences for Iced Coffee in Norway

Asioli, Daniele; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Næs, Tormod; 2015: Comparison of two Mixed Logit Models strategies in Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis. A case study based on Preferences for Iced Coffee in Norway

Asioli, Daniele; Øvrum, Arnstein; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Næs, Tormod; 2015: Comparison of Rating-Based and Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis Models. A case study based on Preferences for Iced Coffee in Norway

Asioli, Daniele; 2015: Preferenze dei consumatori norvegesi per il caffè freddo: analisi congiunta

Asioli, Daniele; 2014: Food traceability and uncertainty in economics

Asioli, Daniele; 2014: Fruit branding: factors affecting the adoption of new pear variety Angelys® in the Italian food market