Elizabeth Frazao : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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Papers

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   26 years (1989 - 2015). See details.
   Cites by year: 6
   Journals where Elizabeth Frazao has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 1.    Total self citations: 4 (2.4 %)

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Works with:

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Elizabeth Frazao.

Is cited by:

Davis, David (11)

Lin, Biing-Hwan (6)

Alston, Julian (6)

Nordström, Jonas (5)

Mancino, Lisa (5)

Wilde, Parke (5)

Stewart, Hayden (5)

Buzby, Jean (5)

Thunstrom, Linda (5)

Dong, Diansheng (5)

Perloff, Jeffrey (5)

Cites to:

Davis, David (6)

Smallwood, David (6)

Stewart, Hayden (5)

Carlson, Andrea (4)

Leibtag, Ephraim (4)

Lin, Biing-Hwan (3)

Fan, Shenggen (2)

Hanson, Kenneth (2)

Headey, Derek (2)

Huang, Kuo (2)

Jolliffe, Dean (2)

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Where Elizabeth Frazao has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Amber Waves9
Food Review: The Magazine of Food Economics5

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Economic Information Bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service8
Agricultural Information Bulletins / United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service5
Economic Research Report / United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service3

Recent works citing Elizabeth Frazao (2018 and 2017)


YearTitle of citing document
2017The more the heavier? Family size and childhood obesity in the U.S. (2017). Datar, Ashlesha. In: Social Science & Medicine. RePEc:eee:socmed:v:180:y:2017:i:c:p:143-151.

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Works by Elizabeth Frazao:


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2010Do Healthy Foods Cost More? It Depends on How You Measure the Cost In: 2010 Annual Meeting, July 25-27, 2010, Denver, Colorado.
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1995NUTRITIONALLY-IMPROVED FOODS IN SUPERMARKETS: 1989-93 In: Proceedings: The Economics of Reducing Health Risk from Food, June 6-7, 1995, Washington, D.C..
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1995NUTRITIONALLY-IMPROVED FOODS IN SUPERMARKETS: 1989-93.(1995) In: Department of Resource Economics Regional Research Project.
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2005Nutrition and Health Characteristics of Low-Income Populations: Clinic Measures of Iron, Folate, Vitamin B12, Cholesterol, Bone Density, and Lead Poisoning In: Agricultural Information Bulletins.
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2004How Much Do Americans Pay for Fruits and Vegetables? In: Agricultural Information Bulletins.
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2004How Much Do Americans Pay for Fruits and Vegetables?.(2004) In: Agricultural Information Bulletins.
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1999Away-From-Home Foods Increasingly Important to Quality of American Diet In: Agricultural Information Bulletins.
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2005Nutrition and Health Characteristics of Low-Income Populations: Meal Patterns, Milk and Soft Drink Consumption, and Supplement Use In: Agricultural Information Bulletins.
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2010Most Infant Formula Purchased Through WIC In: Amber Waves.
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2008Converging Patterns in Global Food Consumption and Food Delivery Systems In: Amber Waves.
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2007Improving Food Choices-Can Food Stamps Do More? In: Amber Waves.
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2007Improving Food Choices—Can Food Stamps Do More? In: Amber Waves.
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0000Gobbling Up Snacks: Cause or Potential Cure for Childhood Obesity? In: Amber Waves.
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0000Healthy Foods Not Necessarily More Expensive Than Less Healthy Foods In: Amber Waves.
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0000Following Dietary Guidance Need Not Cost More—But Many Americans Would Need To Re-Allocate Their Food Budgets In: Amber Waves.
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0000Painting a More Complete Picture of WIC: How WIC Impacts Nonparticipants In: Amber Waves.
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0000Infant Formula Costs to the WIC Program Fall In: Amber Waves.
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2004WIC AND THE RETAIL PRICE OF INFANT FORMULA In: Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Reports.
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1996The American Diet: A Costly Health Problem In: Food Review: The Magazine of Food Economics.
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1997Nutritional Quality of Foods At and Away From Home In: Food Review: The Magazine of Food Economics.
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1998Popularity of Dining Out Presents Barrier to Dietary Improvements In: Food Review: The Magazine of Food Economics.
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2001American Childrens Diets Not Making the Grade In: Food Review: The Magazine of Food Economics.
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2001U.S. Consumption Patterns of Tree Nuts In: Food Review: The Magazine of Food Economics.
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2011How Much Do Fruits and Vegetables Cost? In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2012Are Healthy Foods Really More Expensive? It Depends on How You Measure the Price In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2013Trends in Infant Formula Rebate Contracts: Implications for the WIC Program In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2015The WIC Program: Background, Trends, and Economic Issues, 2015 Edition In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2007Can Food Stamps Do More to Improve Food Choices? An Economic Perspective In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2007Can Food Stamps Do More to Improve Food Choices? An Economic Perspectives--Overview: Can Food Stamps Do More To Improve Food Choices? In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2007Can Food Stamps Do More to Improve Food Choices? An Economic Perspective-Food Spending Patterns of Low-Income Households: Will Increasing Purchasing Power Result in Healthier Food Choices? In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2007Can Food Stamps Do More to Improve Food Choices? An Economic Perspective--How Can We Tell If We Are Making a Difference? ERS Efforts To Improve Evaluation of Nutrition Outcomes In: Economic Information Bulletin.
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2001Consumer Awareness of Diet-Disease Relationships and Dietary Behavior: The Case of Dietary Fat In: Journal of Agricultural Economics Research.
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2011The Infant Formula Market: Consequences of a Change in the WIC Contract Brand In: Economic Research Report.
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2009The WIC Program: Background, Trends, and Economic Issues, 2009 Edition In: Economic Research Report.
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2010Rising Infant Formula Costs to the WIC Program: Recent Trends in Rebates and Wholesale Prices In: Economic Research Report.
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1992Food Spending by Female-Headed Households In: Technical Bulletins.
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1989Wage Rates in a Poor Rural Area with Emphasis on the Impact of Farm and Nonfarm Experience. In: Economic Development and Cultural Change.
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