Thiene, M., Scarpa, R. & Louviere, J. (2015). Addressing preference heterogeneity, multiple scales and attribute attendance with a correlated finite mixing model of tap water choice. Environmental and Resource Economics62(3): 637-656.
Newman, P.A., Cameron, S., Roungprakhon, S., Tepjan, S. & Scarpa, R. (2015). Acceptability and Preferences for Hypothetical Rectal Microbicides among a Community Sample of Young Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Thailand: A Discrete Choice Experiment. AIDS and Behaviour20(11): 2588-2601.
Scarpa, R., Zanoli R., Bruschi V. & Naspetti S. (2013). Inferred and stated attribute non-attendance in food choice experiments. American Journal of Agricultural Economics95(1): 165-180.
Thiene, M., Scarpa R., Galletto L. & Boatto V. (2013). Sparkling wine choice from supermarket shelves: the impact of certification of origin and production practices. Agricultural Economics44: 523-536.
Cicia, G., Cembalo, L., Del Giudice, T. & Scarpa, R. (2013). Country-of-origin effects on Russian wine consumers. Journal of Food Products Marketing19(4): 247-260.
Kampas, A., Melfou, K. & Aftab, A. (2013). Designing Regulatory Policies for Complex Externalities: The Case of Agricultural Pollution. Agricultural Economics Review14(2).
Thiene, M., Scarpa, R., Galletto, L. & Boatto, V. (2013). Determinants of WTP for Prosecco wine: a latent class regression with attitudinal responses. British Food Journal11(2): 279-289.
Cameron M. P., Newman P. A., Roungprakhon S. & Scarpa R. (2013). The Marginal Willingness-to-Pay for Attributes of a Hypothetical HIV Vaccine. Vaccine31(36): 12: 3712–3717.
Caputo, V., Nayga R. & Scarpa R. (2013). Food miles or carbon emissions? Exploring labeling preference for food transport footprint with a stated choice study. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics57: 465-482.
Spataro, L. & Renstrom, T. (2012). Optimal taxation, critical-level utilitarianism and economic growth. Journal of Public Economics96(9-10): 727-738.
Nepal, R. & Jamasb, T. (2012). Interconnections and Market Integration in the Irish Single Electricity Market. Energy Policy51: 425-434.
Jamasb, T., Orea, L. & Pollitt, M.G. (2012). Estimating Marginal Cost of Quality Improvements: The Case of the UK Electricity Distribution Companies. Energy Economics34(5): 1498-1506.
Growitsch, C., Jamasb, T., & Wetzel, H. (2012). Efficiency effects of observed and unobserved heterogeneity: Evidence from Norwegian electricity distribution networks. Energy Economics34(2): 542-548.
Scarpa, R., Thiene, M. & Hensher D. (2012). Preferences for tap water attributes within couples: An exploration of alternative mixed logit parameterizations. Water Resources Research
Jamasb, T. & Nepal, R. (2012). Reforming the Power Sector in Transition: Do Institutions Matter? Energy Economics34(5): 1675-1682.
Zanoli, R. Scarpa, R. Napolitano, F. Piasentier, E. Naspetti, S. & Bruschi V. (2012). Organic label as an identiﬁer of environmentally related quality: A consumer choice experiment on beef in Italy. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems28(1): 70-79.
Stithou, M. & Scarpa, R. (2012). Collective versus voluntary payment in contingent valuations for the conservation of marine biodiversity: an exploratory study from Zakynthos, Greece. Ocean and Coastal Management56: 1-9.
Nocella, G., Boecker, A., Hubbard, L. & Scarpa, R. (2012). Eliciting consumer preferences for certified animal-friendly foods: can elements of the theory of planned behavior improve choice experiment analysis? Psychology and Marketing29(11): 850-868.
Campbell, D., Hensher D. & Scarpa R. (2012). Cost thresholds, cut-offs and sensitivities in stated choice analysis: identification and implications. Resource and Energy Economics34(3): 396-411.