Dr. Dermot J Hayes In the News
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Dermot Hayes, professor, and Wendong Zhang, assistant professor, have a new publication at the American Journal of Agricultural Economics https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ajae.12137
A May 2020 policy brief by CARD, "China’s Agricultural Imports under the Phase One Deal: Is Success Possible?" was cited in a May 27 Successful Farming story, "China buys more; will it be enough for Phase One?"
Dermot Hayes, professor, has won the university-wide 2020 Exemplary Faculty Mentor Award.
The ISU Office of Strategic Relations and Communications shared that recent media coverage featuring CALS experts is “massive” compared to past reports.
Dermot Hayes, professor, was quoted in several recent media outlets about slaughterhouse closings:
From a Nov. 26 story in MSN, Money:
The National Pork Producers Council released the forecast on Tuesday as they pressed the Trump administration to emphasize access for pork products in ongoing talks with Beijing for a partial trade agreement.
The CARD report "The Impact of the 2018 Trade Disruptions on the Iowa Economy" has won the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s prestigious Bruce Gardner Memorial Prize for Applied Policy Analysis Award.
At the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) meetings this year, Keri Jacobs, associate professor, Ziran Li ('17 PhD econ), and Dermot Hayes, professor, won the Applied Risk Analysis section’s Best Paper Award in Applied Risk Analysis for their paper, “Reference-Dependent Hedging: Theory and Evidence from Iowa Corn Producers,” published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics.
Researchers at the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) at Iowa State University have created a new online tool to help Corn Belt farmers predict corn crop yields, harvested acreage, and total production, as reported in the High Plains Journal, July 13, 2019.
A study by Dermot Hayes, professor, was cited in several media stories this week:
"Iowa State University economist Dermot Hayes estimates that the trade dispute with China has cost American pig farmers $8 per animal, or $1 billion in total losses."
Dermot Hayes, professor, was quoted in a May 31 Pork story, "Will Trump’s Latest Tariff Tactics Threaten USMCA Passage?"
A Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) report, The Impact of the 2018 Trade Disruptions on the Iowa Economy, has won the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Bruce Gardner Memorial Prize for Applied Policy Analysis
Dermot Hayes, professor, was quoted in several media outlets on a trade agreement between the United States and the European Union. The European Commission today issued draft negotiating mandates to EU member states that doesn't include talks on agriculture.
The Center for China-US Agricultural Economics and Policy in CARD was the subject of a recent Grant Wall article in CALS STORIES magazine:
Riley Arthur is on the run. The junior majoring in agricultural business and economics is chasing not just a degree, but the full-blown Iowa State experience.
Arthur, an Owatonna, Minnesota, native, worked as an intern this summer with ethanol processor Flint Hills Resources.
Members of the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) hosted a group of four researchers, led by Dr. Shiping Mao, from the Institute of Agricultural Economics and Development (IAED) of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) from Dec. 10-15, 2018.