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Dr. Charlebois conducts research in the broad area of food distribution, security and safety. He has written four books and many peer-reviewed and scientific articles—over 500 during his career. His research has been featured in newspapers that include The EconomistNew York TimesBoston Globe, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, Globe & Mail, National Post and Toronto Star.


Selected Publications

Meat consumption and higher prices: Discrete determinants affecting meat reduction or avoidance amidst retail price volatility. Charlebois, S., M. M. McCormick, M. Juhasz. British Food Journal 18(9), 2251-2270  (2016) 

Food fraud: An exploratory study for measuring consumer perception towards mislabeled food products and influence on self-authentication intentions. Charlebois S., A. Schwab, R. Henn, C.W. Huck. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 50(1), 211-218  (2016)

In the belly of the "beast": A look at Monsanto's public engagement awakening. Charlebois S., R. Van Acker Public Relations Review, 42(1), 223-225  (2016)

Selected Awards and Honours

  • 2015  Bill Braithwaite MBA Distinguished Professorial Award , University of Guelph
  • 2012  Emerald Lit Award for Highly Commended Research
  • 2008  Emerald Lit Award for Highly Commended Research
  • 2006-2008  Professor of the Year, Faculty of Business Administration (BSA Award), University of Guelph