AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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  • Members in the News: Mintert, Williams, and Reardon

    James Mintert, Purdue University Agricultural producer sentiment falls from January peakBy: Yahoo Finance - March 7, 2017"The concern producers expressed about current economic conditions is consistent with other measures of conditions in the farm economy," said James Mintert, barometer principal investigator and director of Purdue's Center for Commercial Agriculture. "F...

AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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  • Member in the News: Marc F. Bellemare

    Marc F. Bellemare, University of Minnesota In praise of quinoaBy: The Economist - March 9, 2017The globalisation and modernisation of agriculture have contributed to a stunning reduction in hunger. Between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of children under five who were malnourished fell from 25% to 14%. People who are still underfed are less severely so: their average shor...

AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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  • Member in the News: Will Masters

    Will Masters, Tufts University "Eat wisely"By: Food Tank - March 2017Will Masters, Professor at Tufts University, is speaking at Food Tank’s first Boston Summit, “Investing in Discovery,” on April 1, 2017, in collaboration with Tufts University and Oxfam America.Will is a Professor at the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition with a secondary appointment in the D...

AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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  • 2017 Teaching, Learning, and Communication Section: Graduate Student Teaching Award

    The TLC is an active group of AAEA members interested in the theory, scholarship and practice of learning, teaching, and communication. Given that a large majority of AAEA members have responsibilities in these three areas, the TLC’s activities are developed to enhance members’ skills in the on-campus classroom, off-campus workshop, and in a presentation to a community group.As graduate students a...

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  • Members in the News: Mintert, Boehlje, Tyner, Featherstone, Taylor, House, & Heng

    James Mintert, Purdue University Michael Boehlje, Purdue University Ag Economy Barometer creators to speak at Commodity Classic By: AgriNews - February 24, 2017Panelists are Michael Boehlje, Purdue distinguished professor of agricultural economics; Jason Henderson, director of Purdue Extension and associate dean of Purdue Agriculture; Fred Seamon, CME Group ex...

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  • Call for Proposals: WERA-72 Annual Meeting

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  • Members in the News: Countryman & Abbott

    Amanda Countryman, Colorado State UniversityTrade agreement changes could spell trouble for ag exports in ColoradoBy: The Fence Post and KDVR Denver - February 17, 2017 Days after his inauguration, President Donald Trump retracted the U.S.'s participation in the ratification of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. An agreement between 11 other countries to increase trade and l...

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  • Member in the News: Mark Partridge

    Mark Partridge, The Ohio State UniversityHearing on the Geography of PovertyBy: Ways and Means - February 15, 2017Mark Partridge gives his testimony on the "Hearing on the Geography of Poverty" in D.C. (Roughly 23 minutes in)(Continued...)Read the entire articles on Ways and Means See other Member in the News items Know another AAEA Member ...

  • Members in the News: Roe, Jha, Hurt, & Giri

    Terry Roe, University of MinnesotaFood Fight: Mexico Targets American Corn In Trump 'Trade War'By: Forbes - February 17, 2017"I would not be surprised to see Mexico broaden the agricultural commodities to put tariffs on," says Terry Roe, a University of Minnesota professor and member of the steering committee at the University's Center for International Food and Agriculture Policy....

  • Members in the News: Schroeder, Hayes, and Lele

    Ted Schroeder, Kansas State UniversityDermot Hayes, Iowa State UniversityWith COOL and trade, real solutions are neededBy: Agweek Editorial Board and Inforum - February 13, 2017Researchers from Kansas State University and University of Missouri have studied the issue extensively, and their analyses were used in the U.S. Department of Agriculture report on COOL. Ted Schroeder, an agricultural econo...

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  • Call for Undergraduate Teams: David Sparling Business Case Competition at CAES

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  • Member in the News: Scott Swinton

    Scott Swinton, Michigan State University Should pollinating drones take over for honeybees? By The Christian Science Monitor - February 9, 2017Although the answer isn't a straightforward no, it would be a challenging leap to go from this one little drone pollinating one large flower to an army of drones spreading across fields of crops, says Scott Swinton, an agricultural and environ...

  • Announcing the 2017 Class of AAEA Fellows

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  • Member in the News: Christopher Boyer

    Christopher Boyer, University of Tennessee UT Professor Gets Emerging Scholars AwardBy The Greenville Sun - February 8, 2017Chris Boyer, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, has been selected to receive an Emerging Scholars Award by the Southern Agricultural Economics Associa...

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  • Webinar: America's Diverse Family Farms: 2016 Edition

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  • Member in the News: Jennifer Ifft

    Jennifer Ifft, Cornell University Economists Predict Uncertainty for Ag Economy By Lancaster Farming - February 3, 2017While dairy prices might be increasing, there won’t be much relief when it comes to expenses.That’s what Jennifer Ifft, assistant professor of ag economics at Cornell, predicted for 2017 at this year’s Agricultural and Food Business Outlook conference at...

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  • Canadian Agricultural Economics Society's Annual Meeting: Call for Submissions

    2017 Annual Meeting ● June 18-21, 2017 ● Montreal, QCDeadline: Midnight (PST) on February 6, 2017Website: http://caes.usask.ca/Selected Paper Submissions Submissions on any aspect of agricultural or resource economics, including teaching, research, and/or extension are encouraged. Registration and Membership Requirements: The presenters must be a member of the CAES and be registered for the Annual...

  • Members in the News: Darren Hudson & Cortney Cowley

    Darren Hudson, Texas Tech Tech economist: Import tax to pay for wall ‘just bad policy’By Lubbock Avalanche-Journal - January 29, 2017“The range of products we get from Mexico means it’s going to hit a wide of range of people,” Darren Hudson said. “…The tariff hurts the American consumer, but any effect it has in Mexico only exacerbates the problem to the U.S. It’s just b...

  • Webinar: Farm Income and Financial Forecasts, February 2017 Update

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  • Members in the News: Smith, Weinberg, Featherstone, and Stefanou et. al

    Travis Smith, University of Georgia Do school food programs improve child dietary quality?By OUPBlog: AJAE - January 30, 2017Written by: Travis SmithEach school day, more than 30 million children in the United States receive a meal through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP); many of those students also rely on the School Breakfast Program (SBP) for their morning-ti...

  • Water Resources & Policy: Exploring the Risks, Benefits and Opportunities for Conservation Workshop

    Date & Time Monday, March 20, 2017 8:00 am – 3:30 pm Location:  Session I & II   8:30 am Economic Research Service first floor auditorium 355 E Street SW Washington, DC  20024 Lunch & Session III:    12:00 pm Capitol Visitors Center - Senate Room SVC 212-10 Overview: The purpose of this workshop is to inform congressional staff, agency staff and other research analysts about research on wat...

  • Members in the News: Nathan Kauffman

    Nathan Kauffman, Omaha branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Kauffman on ag industry: “It’s a ground-up effort” By Seward County Independent - January 25, 2017Jones National Bank and Trust Co. hosted a speaker who discussed the agricultural economy.On Jan. 19, Nathan Kauffman, assistant vice president and Omaha branch executive of the ...

  • Webinar: New Estimates of Supermarket Access and New Mapping Features in ERS' Food Access Research Atlas

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  • AAEA Member Profile: Luis Pena Levano

    Luis Pena LevanoPurdue UniversityWhat motivated you to pursue Agricultural/Applied Economics as a profession?Agricultural Economics is a science that has impact in the well-being of the society. The globalization has made us to create a network of causes and effects that simultaneously interplays in the day by day life. International agricultural trade is especially my passion because of that reas...

  • Members in the News: Glauber, Sumner, Wilde, & Featherstone

    Joseph Glauber, IFPRI Dan Sumner, University of California, Davis Parke Wilde, Tufts University $20 billion in farm subsidies doesn’t reach the poor, leaves them hungryBy American Enterprise Institute and Fredericksberg.com - January 17, 2017New research suggests that agricultural subsidies have done little to help those below the poverty line becom...

  • Members in the News: Roe, Arnade, Brooks, and Abbott

    Brian Roe, The Ohio State University Too Much Information Can Cause Food Waste – reportBy AgFunder News - January 9, 2017“As an economist, I’m always looking for how things can go wrong,” said Brian Roe, who is also a member of Ohio State’s Food Waste Collaborative. “There are so many approaches to reducing food waste, but how do we know if they work together or if they’...

AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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AAEA - Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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