Economics faculty to give presentations at AAEA

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The 2016 AAEA Annual Meeting will be held July 31-August 2 at the Boston Marriott. The department will hold a reception in combination with the University of Minnesota and the University of Nebraska Monday, August 1 from 9:00-11:00 pm.

In addition, The following faculty, graduate students, and staff will participate in presentations, etc.

 

Concurrent sessions on Monday and Tuesday:

GianCarlo Moschini, Harvey Lapan, Hyunseok Kim

  • The Renewable Fuel Standard: A Structural Model for the Welfare Evaluation of Alternative Policy Scenarios

Dermot Hayes, Keri Jacobs, Ziran Li

  • Price Responses in Froward Contracting: Do We Limit the Upside and Expose the Downside?

Xiaoguang Feng, Dermot Hayes

  • Vine-Copula Based Models for Farmland Portfolio Management

Keri Jacobs

  • Hedging Futures and Agricultural Product Reports

John Beghin

  • Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Potential Harmonization or Mutual Recognition of Pesticide Residue Regulations and its Impact on Agricultural Trade

Sergio Lence

  • How Reliable is Duality Theory in Empirical Work?

Gaurav Arora

  • Strategic Grassland Conversions and Grassland Easement Allocations in the Dakotas: Analysis using Remotely-Sensed Data
  • Crop Competitiveness and Future Climate Change in the Northern Great Plains

Gabriel Lade

  • Conservation Spillovers and Behavioral Interventions: Experimental Evidence from Water and Energy Use

Sandip Agarwal, Keri L. Jacobs, Quinn Weninger

  • Unfolding the Bias in Farm Nitrogen Management

David Keiser

  • The Effectiveness of Overlapping Pollution Regulation: Evidence from the Ban on Phosphate in Dishwasher Detergent
  • Consequences of the Clean Water Act and the Demand for Water Quality

Kevin Meyer, David Keiser

  • Climate Change and Agriculture: the Role of Tile Drainage

Alicia Rosburg, John Miranowski, Jonathan McFadden

  • Mitigating Feedstock Supply Risk in Corn Stover Biofuel Production

Jae-hoon Sung, John Miranowski

  • Information Technologies and Field-level Chemical Use for Corn Production

Wendong Zhang

  • Expectations and Expert Opinion Surveys: Empirical Tests Using a Panel of Iowa Land Value Survey Responses
  • Estimating the Capitalization Effects of Harmful Algal Bloom Incidence, Intensity and Duration? A Repeated Sales Model of Lake Erie Lakefront Property Values

Yongjie Ji, David Keiser

  • Water-based Recreation and Water Quality Indices: A Revealed Preference Approach

Xiaogang Li

  • Innovation and Firm Productivity: Evidence from the U.S. Patent Data

Matthew Clancy, GianCarlo Moschini

  • Promoting Environmental Innovation: R&D Subsidies and Carbon taxes

GianCarlo Moschini, Harvey E. Lapan

  • Firm Structure, Environmental Regulation and Plant Death

Sonya Huffman

  • Life Satisfaction and Diet: Evidence from the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey

Kenneth Liao, Sebastien Pouliot

  • Estimates of the Demand for E85 Using Stated-Preference Data off Revealed-preference Choices

Alejandro Plastina, Sergio Lence

  • Measuring U.S. Agriculture Productivity: Primal vs. Dual Approaches

Md Zabid Iqbal, Bruce Babcock

  • Transmission of Global Commodity Prices to Domestic Producer Prices: A Comprehensive Analysis

John Crespi, discussant

  • Are Checkoff Programs Good for Nutrition?

M. Jimena Gonzalez Ramirez

  • A Study on Intra-household and Gender Differences in Risk Preferences and Their Effect on Household Investment Decisions in Rural Cameroon

 

Posters:

Fangge Liu, Alejandro Plastina

  • Comprehensive partial budgets for cover crops in Midwest row crop agriculture

Md Zabid Iqbal, presenter, author, Bruce A Babcock, author          

  • Estimating Short- and Long-run Supply Elasticities of Global Agricultural Commodities from Dynamic Heterogeneous Panels

Amani Elobeid

  • Trends and Strength of Determinants to Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon; Implications for Biofuel Policies in the United States and Land Use in Brazil

 

Post-Conference Workshop:

Amani Elobeid

  • Toward a Stochastic Modeling of Global Land Use Change and Greenhouse Gas Accounting