Dr Diogo Monjardino De Souza Monteiro
Senior Lecturer in Agr-Business Man
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- Telephone: +44 (0)191 208 6886
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- Address: Room 4.07
School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU
I am food economist and the director of the Agribusiness Bachelor’s degree
at Newcastle University. Before I started my academic career in 2000 I worked for 6 years in the Portuguese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and at Delta Cafes, the leading coffee company in Portugal.
I got my doctorate degree in Resource Economics at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, where I was supervised by Professor Julie Caswell. In 2006 and got a lectureship post in marketing at the Imperial College at Wye and the Kent Business School. Over the past seven years, I developed a research program in applied economics food and marketing. My main interest and expertise in understanding how firms and consumers use information on their decisions. My research is mainly applied and is currently focused on the investigation of consumer demand and industry supply of healthier foods. I am also working on the economics of food fraud, investigating the effect of market size and alternative monitoring strategies on the propensity to fraud in brands with collective reputation. Other research interest are the economics of traceability and food standards. I have also worked on management of animal diseases, coordinating a team of economists, epidemiologists and veterinaries on a project evaluating alternative emerging animal disease surveillance schemes. This research was successfully at the Journal Preventive Veterinary Medicine.
Currently I am working in two main projects:
1. Smart nutrition labels –This ongoing project with colleagues at the Kent Business School and the School of Economics at the University of Kent. Our aim is to examine whether the provision of aggregate nutrition information on the content of food shopping basket helps consumer make healthier food purchases. This research is sponsored by the British Academy.
2. Fraud in Green markets – I am collaborating with colleagues at the Grenoble Applied Economics Lab, which is a joint venture between INRA and the University Pierre Mendes France. We developed an economic experiment to investigate the effect of market size and alternative monitoring and enforcement rules on the mitigation of fraud in labels with collective reputation (such as organic). This research has been sponsored by the INRA and the University Pierre Mendes France.Normal 0 false false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE
ACE3012 Advanced Agri-Business Management Module Leader
The purpose of this module is twofold: 1) to enhance your business decision making and reporting skills, using a market simulation tool. This will be covered in the Autumn Semester. 2) To introduce advanced corporate management strategy topics and current issues in agribusiness business management.
ACE3066 Food Policy and Evaluation Module Leader
This module examines food policy from an applied economics perspective. More specifically, we will introduce the economic concept of welfare and the basic frameworks is used to understand how food policy options are designed and assessed. Then we will discuss a range of contemporary food policy issues and present alternative instruments that have been used address them. Finally we will examine and discuss the implications of food policy options for businesses and consumers.
ACE8109 Agri-Food Marketing Module Leader
ACE8110 Food Policy and Evaluation Module Leader
- Souza Monteiro DM, Hooker NH. What initiatives are British food retailers taking to improve children’s health and nutrition?. Journal of Food Products Marketing 2016, Epub ahead of print.
- Balcombe K, Fraser I M, Lowe B T, Souza Monteiro D. Information Customization and Food Choice. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 2016, 98(1), 54-73.
- Lowe B T, Fraser I M, Souza Monteiro D M. A Change for the Better? Digital Health Technologies and Changing Food Consumption Behaviors. Psychology & Marketing 2015, 32(5), 585-600.
- Lowe B T, Fraser I M, Souza Monteiro D M. Changing Food Consumption Behaviors. Psychology & Marketing 2015, 32(5), 481-485.
- Bonroy O, Garapin A, Hamilton SF, Souza Monteiro DM. Mislabeling in Collective Labels: an experimental analysis. In: 2015 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association and Western Agricultural Economics Association Joint Annual Meeting. 2015, San Francisco.
- Deselnicu O, Costanigro M, Souza Monteiro D M, Thilmany-McFadden D. A Meta-Analysis of Geographical Indication Food Valuation Studies: What Drives the Premium for Origin Labels?. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 2013, 38(2), 204-219.