Andres Silva


Andrés Silva has completed his degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica in the Department of Agronomy, a Master’s from Texas A&M in the United States and a doctorate from the University of Kent in the United Kingdom. He is an Assistant Professor at the School of Business and Economics of the Universidad Central de Chile. His area of interest is consumer behavior with regard to food and the assessment of related programs. His recent research includes the assessment of the 5-a-day program in France, restrictions to publicity in the United Kingdom and the tax reform for sugar-sweetened beverages in Chile. He is a member of various societies, including the American Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. He has published articles in Empirical Economics and the Journal of Economic Psychology. He was an Agreenskills Recipient in 2012 and his work received the Outstanding Article Award in the Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue Canadienne D'Agroeconomie in 2015.

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His research interest mainly focuses on consumer behavior with regard to food and the assessment of related programs, among them, food security, food waste, and food consumption.

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