Camille Massey

PhD Student


Camille Massey

Discipline(s)

Behavioral Economics, Food Economics, Consumption Economics

Activities / CV

MY THESIS
My PhD dissertation focuses on the impacts of time constraints on food choice in the workplace. Long working hours, irregular schedules, or night shifts, might all have an impact on both the quantity and the quality of food consumed. However, little scientific data is available regarding eating practices in the workplace, and the links between time and food choice remain understudied and unclear. The objective of my work is to issue evidence-based recommendations for the conception and implementation of solutions favoring healthy diet for time-constrained workers.MY PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • June 2017-today: PhD in behavioral economics
  • 2016-2017: social insights account manager in communication agency
  • 2013-2015: MSc Consumer Studies (Laval University, Quebec, Canada)
  • 2012: social insights analyst in communication agency
  • 2011: MSc Marketing (Sciences Po Paris, France)

Additional information

MY THESIS IN 5 WORDS
Decision-making, Individual behavior, Nudges, Consumer choice, Time use

DETAILS
camille.massey@institutpaulbocuse.com
+33 (0)4 72 18 54 65

MY PROFILE
www.linkedin.com

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Institut Paul Bocuse

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