Dr. John Crespi In the News
John Crespi, CARD Director, and David Hennessy, professor, published in the latest volumes of the Handbook of Agricultural Economics.
Glen Smith ('79 ag bus), Chairman of the Farm Credit Administration, visited the Iowa State campus and spoke to Dr. John Crespi's Econ 466 (Ag Finance) class on Friday, April 22.
CARD Director John Crespi announced Dr. Liyuan Ma as the recipient of the seventh annual CARD Award for Best PhD Dissertation in Agricultural, Environmental, and Energy Economics Policy.
The article "Challenges to voluntary Ag carbon markets" by Oranuch Wongpiyabovorn,PhD student, Alejandro Plastina, associate professor, and
Congratulations to John Crespi, professor and director of CARD, and Alejandro Plastina, associate professor, on their selection as recipients of the 2022 Dean’s Citation Award for their efforts on the Carbon Report.
As a major part of its market study, the attorney general’s office is partnering with Iowa State University agriculture economist John Crespi, director of ISU’s Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, who has agreed to prepare an economic summary of fertilizer markets.
John Crespi, professor and director of CARD, was named to a panel created by Gov. Kim Reynolds to study carbon sequestration and the opportunities it presents for further economic development in Iowa.
John Crespi has been named director of the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development at Iowa State University.
Chen-Ti Chen, fifth-year PhD student (with coauthor John Crespi), presented a poster at the Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign September 28-29, 2019. Chen's poster, with its innovative design, won one of the two poster awards given at the workshop.
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.
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 Award.
John Crespi, professor and interim director of the Center for Rural and Agricultural Development (CARD) was quoted in a Dec. 27th story in the Gazette.
The Center for China-US Agricultural Economics and Policy in CARD was the subject of a recent Grant Wall article in CALS STORIES magazine:
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.
Chad Hart, associate professor, will be a panelist on a forum "The Economic Impact of the Trade War on Iowa" at the University of Northern Iowa's Commons Ballroom at 7 pm Oct. 25.
John Crespi, professor and interim director of CARD, was interviewed for a Sept. 28 story on Fox 28.
A new study by researchers at the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) at Iowa State University reveals the impacts that current trade disruptions are having on Iowa’s economy.
John Crespi, professor and interim director of CARD, was interviewed for a story in the Sept. 24th Financial Times on a CARD study that reveals the impacts that current trade disruptions are having on Iowa's economy.
John Crespi, professor, has been named the interim director of the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD).
John Crespi, professor, has a new publication in the Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie:
"Could Packers Manipulate Spot Markets by Tying Contracts to Futures Prices? And Do They?"
John Crespi, professor, has a new publication in the Annual Review of Resource Economics:
John Crespi, professor, and Lee Schulz, assistant professor, were interviewed as experts for a U.S. Government Accountability Office Report to Congressional Requesters, "U.S.D.A. Additional Data Analysis Could Enhance Monitoring of U.S. Cattle Market" April 2018.
The department is pleased to welcome John Crespi to the staff. John comes from the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University and will join our department as a tenured full professor.