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Dr Seda Erdem

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Last updated: 21 July 2021

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Seda Erdem is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Stirling. She has a background in behavioural science and food economics. Her research broadly focuses on eliciting preferences and perceptions, consumer choice behaviour and decision-making in the areas of food, health and agriculture. Other areas of interest include survey methodologies and data analysis. She is leading a research theme of the Global Food Security Programme at the University of Stirling. Erdem also has significant experience in social science consultancy for a range of governmental institutions internationally. 

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Current Interests

Personal

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Direct employment

 

Academic working at the University of Stirling.

Shareholdings

 

Economics Research Ltd

Non-Personal

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Partner is an academic. There might be a case where he might bid on a proposal.

Historical Interests

Personal

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Direct employment

 

Academic working at the University of Stirling.

Non-Personal

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Research interests or funding which could benefit from work with FSA

 

Partner is an academic. There might be a case where he might bid on a proposal.