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July 18, 2022

Associate professor Lee SchulzLee Schulz, associate professor, wrote the article Wallaces Farmer article "Hog producers respond to mixed signals," which focuses on recent production trends in the US pork industry. 

July 18, 2022

Associate professor Lee SchulzAssociate Professor Lee Schulz was interviewed by Illinois Farmer Today for the article "Risk management helps farmers find the right balance," which focuses on farmers finding the right input cost balance.

July 18, 2022

Professor Chad HartProfessor Chad Hart was interviewed by Brownfield Ag News for the article "Prices Slide on Prospects of U.S. Bumper Crop," which focuses on a recent dip in US corn and soybean futures under the anticipation of a bumper crop.

July 15, 2022

CARD Agricultural Policy Review Spring 2022The Spring 2022 CARD Agricultural Policy Review is now available.

July 11, 2022

Professor Dermot HayesProfessor Dermot Hayes was interviewed by AgriNews for the story "Declining exports concern U.S. pork industry"

June 29, 2022

Professor John WintersProfessor John Winters was interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education for the article "Will the Fall of ‘Roe’ Change the College-Going Landscape?

June 28, 2022

Associate professor Wendong ZhangAssociate Professor Wendong Zhang was interviewed by Atlantic News Telegraph for the story "Women Landowners share perceptions of leasing, conservation and farmland transitions," which focuses on Zhang's survey and study of women landowners in Iowa.

June 21, 2022

Associate professor Wendong ZhangAssociate professor Wendong Zhang was interviewed by World-Grain for the story "China hungry for more," which focuses on China's drive to become self-sufficient while growing to become the world's largest importer of agricultural products.

June 09, 2022

2nd Seminar on Bridging the Gap between CGE and NQTMs speakersThe 2nd Seminar on Bridging the Gap between CGE and NQTMs, "Global Trade and Climate Change," will be held on Friday, June 10 2022 via Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP)/Whova.

June 09, 2022

The family of Dr. Neil E. Harl has provided a gift commitment of $2 million to help establish the endowed Dr. Neil E. Harl Opportunity Scholarship, which will provide support for students who wish to attend the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

June 03, 2022

Agricultural business major Collin Knipper was featured in a Telegraph Herald story "Dyersville resident turns love of farm toys into business his business," which focuses on his business, Farm Toys 4 You. Knipper told the Telegraph Herald that his business grew out of an Instagram page he started when he was 14 to show off his collection of farm toys. He said he invests about two hours a day in the business.

June 03, 2022

Iowa State's Community Bank Case Study competition team has advanced to the second round of the competition.

June 03, 2022

Assistant professor Bertan TurhanBertan Turhan, assistant professor, has had a paper accepted for publication in the Journal of Public Economic Theory

June 02, 2022

University Professor Peter OrazemPeter Orazem, professor, was interviewed by Marketplace about the US labor market.

May 27, 2022

Professor David HennesseyJohn Crespi, CARD Director, and David Hennessy, professor, published in the latest volumes of the Handbook of Agricultural Economics.

May 27, 2022

Professor Chad HartChad Hart, professor,  was interviewed by MIT Technology Review about Charm Industrial, a startup company that uses plant matter and bio-oil for carbon sequestration.

May 26, 2022

Jacob LudwigA black sheep in his own right, Jacob Ludwig, a senior double majoring in economics and political science, said his parents were surprised by his interest in politics.

“I don’t think anyone else in my family is remotely interested in politics,” Ludwig said. “So me being very interested in politics and going to law school is very unprompted; there is nothing that sparked it in my family.”

May 24, 2022

University Professor Peter OrazemResearchers at Iowa State University found significantly different state tax rates affect where new businesses set up shop near state lines. Their study published in the journal Small Business Economics shows the fourth greatest distortion in the U.S. is between Iowa and its northwest neighbor.

May 24, 2022

Associate professor Alejandro PlastinaAlejandro Plastina, associate professor, was quoted in the May 24 Morning Ag Clips article "Iowa cash rental rates rise significantly."


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