Ph.D. Megan Waldrop
Technische Universität München
Consumer perception and willingness to pay for improved animal welfare practices in livestock production
Waldrop, M.E. and McCluskey, J.J., Forthcoming 2018. “Does Information about Organic Status Affect Consumer Sensory Liking and Willingness to Pay for Beer?”, Agribusiness.
Waldrop, M.E., J.J. McCluskey, and R.C. Mittelhammer, 2017. “Products with Multiple Certifications: Insights from the U.S. Wine Market,” European Review of Agricultural Economics 44(4):1-25.
Waldrop, M. E. and Ross, C. F. 2014. “Sweetener Blend Optimization by Using Mixture Design Methodology and the Electronic Tongue,” Journal of Food Science 79: S1782–S1794.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Chair of Marketing and Consumer Research, Technical University of Munich
Research Associate/Project Director, Touchstone Research
Research Assistant, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University
Research Assistant, Sensory Evaluation Lab, Washington State University
Internships at USDA Economic Research Service, USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, and USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council
Ph.D. Economics, Washington State University (WSU), Pullman, WA
Master in Food Science, WSU, Pullman, WA, Degree: M.Sc.
Baking and Pastry Certificate, Culinary Institute of America, St. Helena, CA
Bachelor in Economics, University of California-Berkeley, Degree: B.A.