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Sunday -  

9:00 am - 

2:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 7, 2021

SAEA Executive Council Meeting

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

9:30 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SAEA Past Presidents’ Forum

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Program Agenda

  1. Welcome  

Krishna P. Paudel, Immediate Past President SAEA 2020-2021

  1. Introduction – SAEA Past-Presidents

Please tell your name, your last affiliation, when you were president of the association, and your current status (life, career, etc.)

  1. Future of the Ag Econ profession and the SAEA

Views from three past presidents  (5-10 minute long presentation from each presenter)

Deacue Fields, University of Arkansas

Kimberly Jensen, University of Tennessee

Parr Rosson, Texas A&M University

  1. Ideas for the Next Year
  1. Adjourn

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

OS01: Transitioning Teaching in a Global Pandemic: Teaching Faculty Perspectives from SAEA Members

Session Chair: Jeremy Ross Pruitt, University of Tennessee at Martin

Title: Transitioning Teaching in a Global Pandemic: Teaching Faculty Perspectives from SAEA Members

Ross Pruitt1, Joseph Mehlhorn1, Rachna Tewari1, Sierra Howry2, M. Dustin Menzies III3, Kelly Lange4, Modhurima Amin4, Michelle Santiago5

1University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; 2University of Wisconsin, River Falls; 3Texas A&M University; 4Texas Tech University; 5Murray State University; rpruit10@utm.edu

Moderator: Joey Mehlhorn,

University of Tennessee at Martin, mehlhorn@utm.edu

Does having a synchronous component to a fully online course improve students’ knowledge of course material

Sierra Howry, University of Wisconsin – River Falls

Perspectives on first-time distance course development and administration for a farm management course with a lab

Kelly Lange, Texas Tech University

 Experiences on transitioning from graduate student to assistant professor during the pandemic and challenges of teaching technical quantitative courses in hybrid format

Modhurima Amin, Texas Tech University

Effectively teaching classes with high student numbers without the usual face-to-face interaction

Max Dusty Menzies, Texas A&M University

Design principles and implementation techniques of offering an active agricultural economics principles course in three different modalities within two semesters – face to face, online and hyflex.

Michelle Santiago, Murray State University

Perspectives from an agribusiness program that has an established fully online agribusiness program in addition to the on-campus program

Rachna Tewari, University of Tennessee at Martin

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP01: Agricultural Policy 1

Session Chair: Samuel David Zapata, Texas A&M University
Session Chair: Brian Keith Herbst, Texas A&M University

Is ARC-IC a Viable Option in the South?

Natalie Graff, Bart Fischer, Joe Outlaw, Henry Bryant, J Marc Raulston

Texas A&M University; graffn@tamu.edu

Analysis of Changes in Farm Service Agency (FSA) Payment Yields for Southern Crops

Kate Wright, Joe Outlaw, Bart Fischer

Texas A&M University, United States of America; kateiscool@tamu.edu

Benefits of CFAP: Impacts on Tennessee Farms and Ranches

Isaac Sitienei1, Aaron Smith2

1Austin Peay State University, USA; 2University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, USA; sitieneii@apsu.edu

Are cash rents sticky? An analysis of county level data

Rajan Dhakal1, Lawson Connor2

1Louisiana State University, United States of America; 2Louisiana State University, United States of America; rdhaka5@lsu.edu

Impacts of CFAP and CFAP 2 on Representative Dairies

Brian Keith Herbst, David Anderson, Bart Fischer, Joe Outlaw, Henry Bryant, Natalie Graff

Texas A&M University, United States of America; herbst@tamu.edu

Risk Efficient Selection of Decision Parameters of the Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF) Insurance Program

Samuel D. Zapata1, José María García2

1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Zamorano Pan-American Agricultural School; samuel.zapata@ag.tamu.edu

Evaluating Improvements to Commodity Programs in Lieu of Emergency Aid

Henry Nelson, Bart Fischer, Joe Outlaw, J. Marc Raulston

Texas A&M University, United States of America; henryrognenelson@tamu.edu

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP02: International Trade 1

Session Chair: Gertrude Nakakeeto, Texas Tech University
Session Chair: Ariel R. Soto-Caro, University of Florida

U.S. Agricultural Growth Under North American Free Trade Agreement

Osei Agyemang Yeboah1, Saleem Shaik2, Victoria Gyameraah Tanoh1

1North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University; 2North Dakota State University; vgtanoh@aggies.ncat.edu

The impacts of Sino – U.S. trade war on U.S. and Chinese cotton industry

Yangxuan Liu1, Jing Liu2, Shweta Adhikari1, Cesar L Escalante1

1University of Georgia; 2Purdue University; Yangxuan.Liu@uga.edu

Nested Demand System with Structural Changes: An Application to US Blueberries

Ariel R. Soto-Caro, Feng Wu, Zhengfei Guan

Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida, United States of America; asotocaro@ufl.edu

The U.S.-Mexico Tomato Suspension Agreement: The Paradox of Price and Quantity Effects

Feng Wu, Zhengfei Guan

University of Florida; fengwu@ufl.edu

Monday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP03: Production Economics 1

Session Chair: Masoumeh Heshmatpour, University of Minnesota
Session Chair: Jordan M Shockley, University of Kentucky

Estimating the benefit of neonicotinoid seed treatment to corn farmers in the U.S.

Masoumeh Heshmatpour1, Terrance Hurley2

1University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2University of Minnesota, United States of America; heshm006@umn.edu

Profitability of No-till and Cover Crops When Grazing Wheat Pasture

Jacob R. Sestak1, B. Wade Brorsen1, Jon T. Biermacher2, James K. Rogers2

1Oklahoma State University; 2Noble Research Institute; jacob.sestak@okstate.edu

Risk Effects on Optimal Irrigation Strategies and Investment in Irrigation Technology for Cotton under Climate Change

Wen Liu, James A. Larson, Burton C. English, Chris Boyer, Christopher David Clark, Seong-Hoon Cho

The University of Tennessee, United States of America; wliu47@vols.utk.edu

Oklahoma Crop Farm Planning Models with Seasonal Input Decisions

Leann Westbrook, Dayton M. Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; leann.westbrook@okstate.edu

An Analysis of Cover Crop Use in Southeastern Row Crop Production: Economics, Production Practices, and Perceptions

Madison G. Harkins1, Yangxuan Liu1, Alejandro Plastina2, Amanda R. Smith1

1University of Georgia; 2Iowa State University; mgharkins93@uga.edu

Evaluating the Economic Risk of Using Organic Fertilizer in Row Crop Production

Jordan M Shockley, Charles Martinez

University of Kentucky, United States of America; jordan.shockley@uky.edu

Economic Feasibility of Multi-species Grazing to Improve Rangeland Productivity

Kayla Hintze, Derrell Peel, Courtney Bir

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; kayla.hintze@okstate.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

OS02: Ad Hoc Assistance: Implications for the Next Farm Bill

Session Chair: Bart Lynn Fischer, Texas A&M University

Ad Hoc Assistance: Implications for the Next Farm Bill

Bart Lynn Fischer1, Amy Hagerman2, Matt Erickson3, Callie McAdamas4

1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Oklahoma State University; 3U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry; 4U.S. Department of Agriculture; bartfischer@tamu.edu

While the farm bill is well known as the primary vehicle for delivering support to agricultural producers, the last three years have seen an extraordinary resurgence in ad hoc assistance. To assist farmers and ranchers impacted by natural disasters in 2017, Congress authorized the Wildfires & Hurricanes Indemnity Program (WHIP). In 2018, USDA provided Market Facilitation Program (MFP 1.0) payments to producers impacted by retaliatory tariffs imposed by China. In 2019, Congress reauthorized the WHIP program (WHIP+) and USDA provided additional assistance under the Market Facilitation Program (MFP 2.0). In 2020, USDA responded to the COVID-19 outbreak by creating

the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP 1.0 and 2.0), drawing on specific and general authority provided by Congress. This enormous infusion of resources naturally raises the question of “where do we go from here?” The presenters and the audience will be able to share their unique insights, all in the context of how this recent spate of ad hoc funding may ultimately impact the next farm bill debate.

Moderator: Joe Outlaw

Agricultural & Food Policy Center, Texas A&M University

 

Budgetary Implications

Bart Fischer, Texas A&M University

Implications for Farmers and Ranchers

Amy Hagerman, Oklahoma State University

 

Legislative Perspective

Matt Erickson, U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry

Administrative Perspective

Callie McAdams, U.S. Department of Agriculture

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP04: Production Economics 2

Session Chair: K. Bradley Watkins, University of Arkansas
Session Chair: Steele Christian West, The University of Western Australia

Benefit Cost Ratio of the Arkansas Rice Checkoff Program

Bailey Peterson-Wilhelm1, Lawton Lanier Nalley1, Alvaro Durand-Morat1, Aaron Shew2, Ranjan Parajuli1, Greg Thoma1

1University of Arkansas; 2Arkansas State University; bep011@uark.edu

Estimating the Impact of Planting Date and Cultivar Type on Rice Yield, Milling Quality, and Economic Returns in Arkansas: Evidence from Field Experimental Data

Tej Gautam, K. Bradley Watkins, Jarrod Hardke

University of Arkansas, United States of America; tkgautam@uark.edu

U.S. Regional Soybean Production: Is the Mid-South Actually Different from the Mid-West?

Charles Robert Stark. Jr.

University of Arkansas at Monticello, United States of America; stark@uamont.edu

Investigating the relationship between farm business size and technical efficiency: Persistent and time-varying components in the presence of firm effects

Steele Christian West

University of Western Australia, Australia; steele.west@research.uwa.edu.au

Profitability and Risk Analysis of Corn Plant Density under Conservation and Conventional Tillage

Yangxuan Liu1, Yubing Fan2, Xiaofei Li3, Anna Orfanou1, Dimitrios Pavlou1, Wesley M Porter1

1University of Georgia; 2Texas A&M University; 3Mississippi State University; Yangxuan.Liu@uga.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP05: Issues Related to Livestock Production/Economics

Session Chair: Sreedhar Upendram, University of Tennessee

Evaluation of farm demographics and producer perceptions that influence cow-calf producer horn fly management costs in Tennessee and Texas

Katy Smith, Karen L. DeLong, Andrew P. Griffith, Susan Schexnayder, Rebecca T. Trout Fryxell

University of Tennessee, United States of America; katvsmit@vols.utk.edu

Cow-Calf Profitability Risk Reduction Management Strategies after COVID 19

Francisco Javier Abello, Justin Benavidez, David Anderson

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, United States of America; fjabello@tamu.edu

Comparison of High Plains and Southern Region Cow-Calf Operation Production Efficiency

Hannah Elizabeth Shear1, Dustin L. Pendell1, Richard F. Nehring2

1Kansas State University, Agricultural Economics; 2USDA Economic Research Service; heshear@ksu.edu

Factors Influencing the Long-term Sustainability of Dairy Cooperatives: The Case of Dairy Associations in Cumbal, Colombia

Omar Fuelantala Aza, Sreedhar Upendram, Margarita Velandia, Carlos Omar Trejo-Pech

University of Tennessee, United States of America; oazafuel@utk.edu

Changes in Livestock Packing Plants Over Time

Allison Elizabeth Wilton, Bart Fischer, David Anderson

Texas A&M University, United States of America; allison.wilton@tamu.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP06: Consumer Purchasing Behavior

Session Chair: Ram Acharya, New Mexico State Uni
Session Chair: Elizabeth Canales, Mississippi State University

Nudging meat eaters toward healthier and sustainable substitutes: An online supermarket experiment

No-Ya Yu, Michelle Segovia

University of Missouri-Columbia, United States of America; ny6b3@mail.missouri.edu

Southern US Households’ Current and Planned Online Grocery Shopping During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jackie Yenerall, Kimberly Jensen, Ricky Chen, Edward Yu

University of Tennessee, United States of America; kjensen@utk.edu

ANALYZING HOUSEHOLD DEMAND FOR PASTURED EGGS IN THE UNITED STATES

Rafael Bakhtavoryan1, Chrystian Suchini1, Vardges Hovhannisyan2

1Texas A&M University-Commerce; 2University of Wyoming; Rafael.Bakhtavoryan@tamuc.edu

Consumer Willingness to Buy White Bread Fortified with Fiber Extracted from Chile Industry Byproducts

Pratima Bhandari, Ram N. Acharya, Stephanie Rogus

New Mexico State University; pratimab@nmsu.edu

Examining Correlations of the Role of Mistrust of Authority and Misperception of Health and Safety Risks of GMO Products

Greg Nies, Joey Mehlhorn, Rachna Tewari

The University of Tennessee at Martin, United States of America; greonies@ut.utm.edu

U.S. Consumer Preferences for Blockchain-Based Traceability of Leafy Greens

Ajita Giri, Alba J. Collart, Elizabeth Canales, Sunjin Ahn

Mississippi State University, United States of America; ag2759@msstate.edu

Monday -  

10:15 am - 

11:45 am

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

JMP: Job Market Paper Competition

Session Chair: Krishna Paudel, Louisiana State University

#1. The effects of Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Ukraine on the World’s Sunflower Complex: A Multi-Market Spatial Equilibrium Model

Baryshpolets, Andrii

#2. The Impact of the US-China Trade War on Bilateral Trade Flows between the US and China

Nakakeeto, Gertrude

#3. Agricultural Extension, Technology Adoption, and Smallholder Maize Productivity in Kenya.

Othuon, Vitalis Omondi

Monday -  

12:00 pm - 

12:45 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

Presidential Address

Session Chair: Jeff Jordan, University of Georgia

Welcome

Jeff Jordan, SAEA Treasurer

 

Introduction

Tim Woods, SAEA President

 

Presidential Address

David Anderson, SAEA President-Elect

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

3MT: Three Minute Thesis Competition

Session Chair: James Larson, University of Tennessee

Effect of information on U.S. consumers’ willingness to pay for gene-edited food products: Market and policy implications

Bindu Paudel, South Dakota State University

Feral Swine Expansion into New Mexico

Dillen Martinez, New Mexico State University

A Determination of the Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. Agricultural Trade

Estela Barahona, Louisiana State University

Non-industrial private forest landowners’ willingness to obtain a consultation as a step towards a forest certification

Erika Largacha, Louisiana State University

How much Will Cell-Based Meat Really Cost?

Greg Garrison, Oklahoma State University

Comparing Gluten Free v. Conventional Diets for SNAP Consumers

Keia Jones, University of Arkansas

The Effects of COVID-19 on the Price Spread between Retail and Farm Egg Prices

Nathan Holtman, Texas Tech University

Nudging meat eaters toward healthier and sustainable substitutes: An online supermarket experiment

No-Ya Yu, University of Missouri

Invest in Irrigation system or not under Climate Change?

Wen Liu, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

OS03: Corporate Job Market for Applied Economist in an Era of Artificial Intelligence

Session Chair: Krishna Paudel, Louisiana State University

Corporate Job Market for Applied Economist in an Era of Artificial Intelligence

Krishna Paudel

Louisiana State University; kpaudel@agcenter.lsu.edu

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are taking the business world by storm in the constantly evolving legal and ethical landscape. The fundamental questions we often ask how these constantly evolving technologies can help bring operational efficiencies and value addition to make business profitable. AI/ML can improve employee productivity and reduce marginal cost of doing business. This workshop will give economists tools to identify and act on the many advantages that AI / ML tools offer. We will cover an overview of the most useful AI tools, applications, and business cases, including financial analysis and risk assessments, price optimization, optimizing marketing budgets, ad targeting, recommendation engine, sales forecast and analysis and many more. We will also discuss types of data and compute infrastructure that is being commonly used to enable efficient AI/ML workflow with big data. Finally, we will cover practical guidance for economists to prepare for the job market. This workshop will prepare participants for data science and machine learning roles in the constantly evolving era of artificial intelligence.

Moderator: Krishna Paudel, Louisiana State University

Organizer: SAEA Industry Committee

Dr. Basanta Dhungana

Agilant Technology

SAEA Industry Committee Chair

Dr. Laxmi Paudel

Fannie Mae

Dr. Irfan Tareen

EquiFax

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP07: Water Management/Water Quality

Session Chair: Tatiana Borisova, University of Florida
Session Chair: Matthew G Interis, Mississippi State University

Economics of Irrigation Water Management (IWM) Tools for Rice Producers in Arkansas

Ranjitsinh Mane1, Chris Henry2, Brad Watkins2, Danielle Reed1

1University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff; 2Rice Research and Extension Center, University of Arkansas; maner@uapb.edu

Florida’s Agricultural Water Quality Policy: current BMP use and future opportunities

Tatiana Borisova, Tara Wade, Moonwon Soh

University of Florida, United States of America; tborisova@ufl.edu

Impact of government cost-share programs on irrigated acres in Arkansas Delta

Oladipo S. Obembe1, Aaron M. Shew1, Michele L. Reba2, Joseph H. Massey2

1College of Agriculture, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR; 2USDA-ARS, Jonesboro, AR; oobembe@astate.edu

Groundwater augmentation choice under surface water uncertainty

Kent Kovacs1, Dat Tran2

1University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2University of California Riverside; kkovacs@uark.edu

Evaluating farm-level tradeoff between nutrient leaching and economic returns

Fei He, Dogil Lee, Tatiana Borisova, Wendy Graham, Kevin Athearn, Robert Hochmuth, Charles Barrett, Michael Dukes, Jason Merrick

University of Florida; he.fei@ufl.edu

Bioenergy-Driven Land Use and Water Quality: A Benefit Transfer Approach

William Tillman White1, Seong Yun1, Matthew Interis1, Edward Yu2, Chad Hellwinckel2

1Mississippi State University, United States of America; 2University of Tennessee Knoxville, United States of America; wtw131@msstate.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP08: Agricultural Finance/Microfinace

Session Chair: Felipe Peguero, CATIE-Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza
Session Chair: Penghui Gao, University of Georgia

Chapter 12 Bankruptcies and Determinants of Outcomes

David Williams Wyche1, Adam Rabinowitz2, Will Secor1, Johnson Collins1

1University of Georgia, United States of America; 2Auburn University; david.wyche@uga.edu

Product Diversification in Microfinance: Are There Scope Economies from Individual and Group Lending?

Jingfang Zhang, Valentina M Hartarska

Auburn University, United States of America; jzz0080@auburn.edu

Impact of Ponzi-Financial Institutions on Household Savings : A Quasi-Experimental Approach.

John Mustapha Musah, Valentina M Hartarska

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, United States of America; JZM0138@AUBURN.EDU

Betting on a green recovery, the Case of Honduras Livestock: A financial instrument to catalyze the adoption of low-carbon innovations

Felipe Peguero, Vladimir Jose Valera M

CATIE-Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza, Costa Rica; felipe.peguero@catie.ac.cr

Chapter 12 Bankruptcies and Land Ownership

Johnson Collins1, Adam Rabinowitz2, William Secor1, David Williams Wyche1

1University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics; 2Auburn University, Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology; wsecor@uga.edu

Does access to credit affect entry and exit of BFRs? A County Level Analysis

Valentina Hartarska, Denis Nadolnyak, Nisha Sehrawat

Auburn University, United States of America; nzs0057@auburn.edu

Monday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP09: Natural Resource Economics

Session Chair: Seon-Hoon Cho, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Session Chair: Jerrod Penn, LSU & LSU Ag Center

Optimal Control of Smart Wild Pigs in the Mississippi Delta

Katherine Ruth Barkley, Seong Yun, Kalyn Coatney

Mississippi State University, United States of America; krb514@msstate.edu

Understanding how opportunity cost affects multi-objective conservation investment

Seon-Hoon Cho, Young Gwan Lee

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States of America; scho9@utk.edu

Risk-diversification strategy for allocating conservation investments under multiple degrees of climate change uncertainty

Seon-Hoon Cho, Nawon Kang

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States of America; nkang3@vols.utk.edu

Peer Effects among Homeowners for Pollinator Conservation

Jerrod Penn1, Hannah Penn2, Wuyang Hu3, Jonathan Larson4

1Louisiana State University & LSU Ag Center; 2USDA Agricultural Research Service; 3Ohio State University; 4University of Kentucky; jpenn@agcenter.lsu.edu

Environmental Benefits of GM Maize Adoption in South Africa

Kristiina Ala-Kokko1, Lawton Lainer Nalley1, Petronella Chaminuka2, Aaron Shew3, Jesse Tack4, Marty Matlock1

1University of Arkansas; 2South African Agricultural Research Council; 3Arkansas State University; 4Kansas State University; kmalakok@uark.edu

Total Cost of Moral Hazard in Agricultural Conservation Programs: A Case Study from Louisiana

Santosh Pathak, Naveen Adusumilli, Hua Wang

Louisiana State University, United States of America; spath11@lsu.edu

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

OS04: Successful Extension Risk Management Outreach Programming

Session Chair: Ronald Rainey, University of Arkansas

Successful Extension Risk Management Outreach Programming

Ronald Rainey1, Tiffany Dowell Lashmet2, Megan Leffew3, E’licia Chaverest4

1University of Arkansas – Southern Risk Management Education Center; 2Texas A&M AgriLife Extension; 3Center for Profitable Agriculture – University of Tennessee; 4Alabama A&M; rrainey@uaex.edu

The Southern Risk Management Education Center (SRMEC) strives to highlight outstanding extension outreach programs. Through this effort, the Center seeks to highlight Extension Risk Management Education resources and extension scholarship. The symposium features impactful outreach efforts detailing best practices in program development and stakeholder engagement. The highlighted projects include discussions on innovative program delivery and promotion activities as well as extensive evaluation processes. SRMEC funded projects focus on enhancing farmer behavior and knowledge through risk management education. SRMEC seeks to empower

producers to manage risk through exceptional program delivery and evaluation. The featured project’s directors will detail their experiences developing the grant funded activity and keys to successful program delivery. Projects were selected because of successful in-depth delivery and implementation activities, transparent and impactful evaluation, and demonstration of value of the training to the project participants.

Moderator: Ron Rainey, Professor & Center Director, University of Arkansas

Owning a Piece of Texas: Agricultural Landowner Legal Education Project.

Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, Texas A&M Unviversity

Business Planning and Marketing Education for Tennessee Farmers

Megan Leffew, Center for Profitable Agriculture -University of Tennessee

Financial Literacy Training for Veterans and Socially Disadvantaged Producers in Alabama

E’licia Chaverest, Alabama A&M University

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP10: Agricultural Policy 2

Session Chair: Nicholas Pates, University of Kentucky
Session Chair: Maria Bampasidou, LSU AgCenter

Farm Level Impact of Adopting MCP in the Southeast FMMO

Luke Gregory Cummings1, Nicholas Pates1, Derek Nolan2, Tyler Mark1

1University of Kentucky; 2University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; luke.cummings@uky.edu

Crop Insurance Premium Discounts under Cover Crop Adoption

Rajan Dhakal1, Lawson Connor2

1Louisiana State University, United States of America; 2Louisiana State University, United States of America; rdhaka5@lsu.edu

Will Farmers Plant Cover Crops without Cost-Share? Results from a Survey of Farmer Intentions

Joshua Duke1, Zhongyuan Liu1, Robert Johnston2, Amy Shober3

1Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Auburn University, Auburn, AL USA; 2Department of Economics, Clark University, Worcester, MA USA; 3Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, DE USA; zyliu@auburn.edu

Attitudes towards industry-driven regulations: the case of the tree care sector Introduction and objective

Wojciech J. Florkowski, Ellen Bauske, Yawotse Dzidula-Enyo Nuove

University of Georgia, United States of America; wojciech@uga.edu

Guest worker programs: let’s talk about H-2B

Maria Bampasidou

LSU AgCenter, United States of America; mbampasidou@agcenter.lsu.edu

Soil and Climate Impacts on US Corn and Soybean Prevented Planting Acres

Christopher Boyer1, Eunchun Park2, Seong Yun2

1University of Tennessee, United States of America; 2Mississippi State University, USA; cboyer3@utk.edu

 

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP11: Potpouri

Session Chair: Courtney Elizabeth Baker, Texas Tech University

The Impact of Wind Turbines on Agricultural Land Values in the Texas Southern High Plains

Courtney Elizabeth Baker, Kelly Lange, Jamie Bolonga Pavlik, Darren Hudson

Texas Tech University, United States of America; courtney.baker@ttu.edu

Assessing residents’ support for environmentally-friendly public transportation upgrades across Europe

Zhenyu Yao1, Jed Cohen2, Klaus Moeltner1

1Agricultural and Applied Economics Department, Virginia Tech, United States of America; 2The Energy Institute at Johannes Kepler University, Austria; izhenyu@vt.edu

Food Self-Sufficiency and Economic Growth Nexus: Implications for Food Security

Dae Hee Chung1, Dong Hee Suh2

1Korea Rural Economic Institute, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2Korea University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); dhchung@krei.re.kr

Impact of pastoral-farmer conflict on child nutritional and health outcomes

Bolanle Adijat Atilola, Ben Schwab

Kansas State University, United States of America; baatilol@ksu.edu

The optimal time for renovation and Rehabilitation of Cocoa and Coffee: a theoretical and analytical framework

Felipe Peguero1, Eduardo Somarriba1, Rolando Cerda1, Luis Orozco2

1CATIE-Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza, Costa Rica; 2Innovation-MOCCA project, Lutheran World Relief | IMA World Health; felipe.peguero@catie.ac.cr

Monday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SP12: Demand and Price Analysis

Session Chair: Vardges Hovhannisyan, University of Wyoming
Session Chair: David Wheeler Hughes, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Tennessee

An Empirical Analysis of Pricing in the U.S. Beef Industry

Yuliya Bolotova

Independent Researcher, United States of America; yuliyab@g.clemson.edu

An Equilibrium Analysis of the US Sweetener Demand and Supply

Vardges Hovhannisyan, Meri Hambaryan

University of Wyoming, United States of America; vhovhann@uwyo.edu

Price Analysis for Tennessee Slaughter Cattle

David Wheeler Hughes1, David Brian Willis2, Andrew P. Griffith1

1Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Tennessee, USA; 2Department of Agricultural Sciences, Clemson University, USA; dhughe17@utk.edu

Potential Factors Influencing Goat Meat Consumption In Oklahoma: An Econometric Approach

Nirodha De Silva1, Wesley Whittaker1, Benaissa Chidmi2

1Langston University; 2Texas Tech University; nirodha.de_silva@langston.edu

Demand for Salsa Fortified with Fiber Extracted from Chile Industry Byproducts

Ram Acharya

New Mexico State Uni, United States of America; acharyar@nmsu.edu

Monday -  

5:15 pm - 

7:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 8, 2021

SAEA Business Meeting and Awards Program

Download Business Meeting Documents Here

 

Call to Order – President Tim Woods
Minutes of 2020 Business Meeting – Secretary Nathan Smith
Financial and Membership Report – Treasurer Jeff Jordan
JAAE Editor’s Report – Co-editors Carlos Carpio, Olga Isengildina-Massa, and David Willis
President’s Report – President Tim Woods
Recognitions for Service – Past-President Krishna Paudel
Presentation of Awards – Past-President Krishna Paudel
Emerging Scholars – David Anderson presenting
Lifetime Achievement Awards – Krishna Paudel presenting
Academic Quiz Bowl winners – Dusty Menzies presenting
Teaching of a Course – Krishna Paudel presenting
Extension – Krishna Paudel presenting
Outstanding Dissertation – Krishna Paudel presenting
Outstanding Thesis – Krishna Paudel presenting
Outstanding JAAE Article – Carlos Carpio presenting
Poster Awards – Ariun Ishdorj presenting
3MT – Jim Larson presenting
Job Market Paper – Darrell Bosch presenting
Questions/Discussion
Transfer of Gavel

Tuesday -  

8:30 am - 

10:00 am

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SAEA Lifetime Achievement Awards Presentations

Session Chair: Krishna Paudel, Past-President, Louisiana State University

SAEA recognizes significant and enduring contributions in scholarship or public service to Southern agricultural economics. This award recognizes individual distinguished contributions to the profession over a career. The award winners for 2020 will be recognized at this session and each award recipient will make a short presentation on the highlights of their career and their perspectives on agricultural economics as a professional home.

Barry Barnett, University of Kentucky

Burt English, University of Tennessee

Lisa House, University of Florida

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

OS05: 2021 Southern Crops Economic Outlook

Session Chair: Francisco Javier Abello, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

2021 Southern Crops Economic Outlook

Francisco Javier Abello1, Samuel Zapata1, Adam Rabinowitz2, Brian Mills3, John Robinson1, Nathan Smith4, Mark Welch1, Aaron Smith5, Justin Benavidez1

1Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, United States of America; 2Auburn University, United States of America; 3Missouri State University, United States of America; 4Clemson University, United States of America; 5The University of Tennessee; fjabello@tamu.edu

Corn Outlook for 2021

Justin Benavidez, Texas A&M University

Rice Outlook for 2021

Brian Mills, Mississippi State University

Peanut Outlook for 2021 

Nathan Smith, Clemson University

Wheat and Sorghum Outlook for 2021

Mark Welch, Texas A&M University

Soybean Outlook for 2021

Aaron Smith, University of Tennessee

 

Cotton Outlook for 2021

John Robinson, Texas A&M University

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

OS06: COVID-19 Implications on Agricultural Labor Markets

Session Chair: Maria Bampasidou, LSU AgCenter

COVID-19 implications on agricultural labor markets

Maria Bampasidou1, Stephen Devadoss2, Derek Farnsworth3, Adam Kantrovich4, Luis Moisés Peña-Lévano3

1LSU AgCenter, United States of America; 2Texas Tech University; 3University of Maryland Eastern Shore; 4Clemson University; mbampasidou@agcenter.lsu.edu

Moderator: Adam Kantrovich, Clemson University

Labor constraints in Louisiana related to H-2A heavily dependent industries including the nursery industry, and the crawfish industry

Maria Bampasidou, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center

H-2A trends and policy

Stephen Devadoss, Texas Tech University

Pandemic policies affecting agricultural labor

Derek Farnsworth, University of Florida.

Presenting on state laws that have created challenges for agribusinesses employing seasonal labor

Adam Kantrovich, Clemson University

Presenting on labor disruptions in U.S. agriculture sector: joint work with Shaheer Burney and Colton Adams

Luis Moisés Peña-Lévano, University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP13: WTP/Consumer Preferences

Session Chair: Bachir Kassas, University of Florida
Session Chair: Indrani Saha, University of Arkansas

Factors Affecting Consumers’ Preference for Chevon and Lamb: A Case of Alabamians

Lila B Karki1,2, Uma Karki2

1University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Maryland; 2Tuskegee University, Alabama; lkarki@tuskegee.edu

Temptation, self-control and consistency of food choices

Samir Huseynov1, Marco A. Palma2, Ghufran Ahmad3, Rodolfo M. Nayga Jr.4

1Auburn University; 2Texas A&M University; 3NUST Business School; 4University of Arkansas; samirhuseyn@gmail.com

Consumer Preferences for Country of Origin Labeling: Bridging the Gap Between Research Estimates and Real-World Behavior

Xiang Cao1, Bachir Kassas2, Zhifeng Gao2, Lisa House2, Zhengfei Guan2

1Sichuan University, China; 2University of Florida, United States of America; b.kassas@ufl.edu

Bayesian Analysis of a Generalized Rank Ordered Logit Model for Consumer Preference for a Biobased Product

Haotian Cheng1, Dayton Lambert2

1Oklahoma State University; 2Oklahoma State University; haotian.cheng@okstate.edu

Factors Affecting Consumer Willingness to Purchase Plants from Online Stores

Sergio Sotelo-Sosa, Ram Acharya

New Mexico State Uni, United States of America; sass@nmsu.edu

Consumers’ willingness to pay for ethically produced cotton apparel

Sawssan Boufous1, Darren Hudson2, Carlos Carpio3

1Texas Tech University; 2Texas Tech University; 3Texas Tech University; sawssan.boufous@ttu.edu

Are rice markets in Bangladesh efficiently pricing rice based on quality? An empirical assessment

Indrani Saha1, Alvaro Durand-Morat1, Lanier Nalley1, Mohammad Alam2, Rodolfo Nayga1

1University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2Bangladesh Agricultural University; isaha@uark.edu

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP14: Impacts of COVID 19

Session Chair: Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University
Session Chair: Syed Badruddoza, Texas Tech University

Evaluating the Impact and Changes in the Wholesale Poultry Market due to COVID-19

Charles C Martinez1, Jordan M Shockley2, David P Anderson3

1University of Tennessee, United States of America; 2University of Kentucky, United States of America; 3Texas A&M University, United States of America; cmart113@utk.edu

Beef Supply Chain Efficiencies and Rigidities: The Impacts of COVID-19

Derrell Peel

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; derrell.peel@okstate.edu

Examining the Influence of COVID-19 Risk Perception and Government Restrictions on Restaurant Utilization During a Pandemic

Jackie Yenerall, Kim Jensen, Ricky Chen, Edward Yu

University of Tennessee, United States of America; jyeneral@utk.edu

The Impact of COVID-19 on Consumer Demand for Gardening Products

Pulkit Marwah1, Yu Yvette Zhang1, Mengmeng Gu2

1Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Texas AgriLife Extension Service; Department of Horticultural Sciences, Texas A&M University; pulkit.marwah91@tamu.edu

Impact of COVID-19 Containment Policies and Social Media Trends on Grocery and Restaurant Visits

Syed Badruddoza

Texas Tech University, United States of America; syed.badruddoza@ttu.edu

Impact of COVID-19 in the Agricultural Supply Chain of Latin America

Manuel de Jesus Garcia1, Carlos Enrique Carpio1, Marco Palma2, Samuel Zapata2, Luis Ribera2, Ivan Borjas3, Maria Jose Castillo4, Luis Sandoval5, Felipe Peguero6, Marcos Sanchez1

1Texas Tech University; 2Texas A&M University; 3Ana G. Mendez University; 4Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, ESPOL, ESPAE; 5Zamorano University; 6Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center – CATIE; manuel.garcia@ttu.edu

Tuesday -  

10:30 am - 

12:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP15: Farm & Agribusiness Management

Session Chair: Krishna Paudel, Louisiana State University
Session Chair: George M. Knapek, Texas A&M

ESTIMATION OF ECONOMICALLY OPTIMAL POTASSIUM RATES FOR SOYBEAN PRODUCTION IN MISSISSIPPI: COMPARING DIFFERENT YIELD RESPONSE FUNCTIONS

Felix Akakpo, Xiaofei Li, Brian Mills, William Maples, Bobby Golden

Mississippi State University, United States of America; fa310@msstate.edu

Land titling, land transfer and agricultural production cost

LE WEN1, Krishna Paudel2, Youhua Chen3, Qinying He4

1South China Agricultrual University; 2Louisiana State University; 3South China Agricultrual University; 4South China Agricultrual University; LWen@agcenter.lsu.edu

Profitability & Feasibility of Sub-surfaced poultry litter on pasture

Tim James Stults1, Michael Peter Popp1, Amanda Ashworth2, Christine Nieman3, Phillip Owens3

1University of Arkansas, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Fayetteville, AR; 2USDA-ARS, Poultry Production and Product Safety Research Unit, Fayetteville, AR; 3USDA-ARS, Dale Bumpers Small Farm Research Center, Booneville, AR; jtstults@uark.edu

Profitability Impacts of Cropping Systems in the Southern High Plains of Texas

Clay Mitchell Braden1, Kelly Lange1, Donna McCallister1, Wayne Keeling2, Katie Lewis2, Will Keeling2

1Texas Tech University, United States of America; 2Texas A&M AgriLife Extension; clay.braden@ttu.edu

The impacts of improved bean varietal adoption on income and food consumption in Uganda

James Michuki Muriuki, Carlos E. Carpio, Jaime Malaga, Tullaya Boonsaeng

Texas Tech University, United States of America; james.muriuki@ttu.edu

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

OS07: 2021 Southern Livestock Economic Outlook

Session Chair: Samuel David Zapata, Texas A&M University

Moderator and Discussant: David Anderson, Texas A&M University

2021 Southern Livestock Economic Outlook

Samuel D. Zapata1, Francisco J. Abello1, David Anderson1, Derrell Peel2, Jordan Shockley3, Chris Prevatt4, James Jones2, Kenny Burdine3, Tyler W. Cozzens5

1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Oklahoma State University; 3University of Kentucky; 4University of Florida; 5Livestock Marketing Information Center; samuel.zapata@ag.tamu.edu

Beef Outlook for 2021

Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University

Pork Outlook for 2021

Tyler W. Cozzens, Livestock Market Information Center

Poultry Outlook for 2021

Jordan Shockley, University of Kentucky

 

Hay and Forage Outlook for 2021

Chris Prevatt, University of Florida

Sheep and Goat Outlook for 2021

James Jones, Oklahoma State University

 

Dairy Outlook for 2021

Kenny Burdine, University of Kentucky

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP16: Research Methods/Econometrics

Session Chair: Cannon Ray Kent, Mississippi State University
Session Chair: Kelvin Amon, Mississippi State University

Case Studies of Small Sample Correction in Meta-Analysis

Sapana Bastola, Rakhe Balachandran, Maria Bampasidou, Jerrod Penn

Louisiana State University; sbasto1@lsu.edu

A Monte Carlo Comparison of `Willingness-to-Pay’ Estimators

Miyeon Son, Dayton M. Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; mson@okstate.edu

Effects of Weight Matrix Specification on the Spatial Error Model

Cannon Ray Kent, Ardian Harri, Xiaofei Li, Eunchun Park

Mississippi State University, United States of America; crk154@msstate.edu

Stochastic Capital Budgeting Analysis of Small-Scale Poultry Production in Rwanda, East Africa

S Orimadegun, C Trejo-Pech, J Thompson, T Gill, M Velandia

The University of Tennesse Knoxville, United States of America; sorimade@vols.utk.edu

Community learning for flood mitigation: using the community rating system(CRS) scores as an indicator

Kelvin Amon, Daniel Petrolia

Mississippi State University, United States of America; kka88@msstate.edu

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP17: Pest Management

Session Chair: Richard Nehring, United States Department of Agriculture
Session Chair: Felipe Silva, Clemson University

Effects of Crop Insurance Participation on Quality-Adjusted Pesticide Use

Hunter D Biram1, Richard Nehring2, Jesse Tack1

1Kansas State University; 2Economic Research Service, USDA; hbiram@ksu.edu

Economic impact of the foliar disease downy mildew under fungicide applications in cucumber production

Felipe Silva1, Anthony Keinath2, Deborah Kunkel3

1Clemson University, United States of America; 2Clemson University, United States of America; 3Clemson University, United States of America; fdsilva@clemson.edu

Hypoxia and Natural Captial Value of Blue Crab in the Gulf of Mexico

Shelby Brewer, Seong Yun, Daniel Petrolia

Mississippi State University; slb928@msstate.edu

What if the frosty pod (Moniliophthora roreri) arrives to the Dominican Republic? Socioeconomic impact in the local cocoa industry

Enelvi Brito-Sosa1, Felipe Peguero1, Luis Orozco2, Mariela Leandro1, Falguni Guharay3

1CATIE-Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza, Costa Rica; 2MOCCA project – Lutheran World Relief | IMA World Health; 3World Cocoa Foundation; felipe.peguero@catie.ac.cr

Tuesday -  

1:30 pm - 

3:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP18: International Trade 2

Session Chair: Yejun Choi, Oklahoma State University
Session Chair: Sunghun Lim, Texas Tech University

IMPACT OF AGOA ON AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS GROWTH OF MEMBER COUNTRIES: A DYNAMIC SHIFT-SHARE ANALYSIS

Jamal Musah1, Osei-Agyeman Yeboah1, Saleem Shaik2

1North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University, United States of America; 2North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, United States of America; jmusah@ncat.edu

Do the number of major exporters in an international beef market matter?

Yejun Choi, Dayton M. Lambert

Oklahoma State University, United States of America; yejun.choi@okstate.edu

Global Value Chains and Structural Transformation

Sunghun Lim

Texas Tech University, United States of America; sunghun.lim@ttu.edu

AGOA, Economic and Political Effects on FDI flows into Sub-Saharan Africa

Osei-Agyeman Yeboah1, Saleem Shaik2, Michael Wuaku1

1North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, United States of America; 2North Dakota State University; mwuaku@aggies.ncat.edu

Human Health Event Effects on Global Protein Trade

Mary Lynn Marks, Jada Thompson, Sreedhar Upendram

University of Tennessee, United States of America; mmarks7@vols.utk.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

ES: Emerging Scholars

Session Chair: David Anderson, SAEA President-Elect, Texas A&M University

Moral Hazard Under Discrete Information Disclosure: Evidence from Food-Safety Inspections

John Bovay

Virginia Tech, United States of America; bovay@vt.edu

Food Environments of Countries with Higher Obesity Rates in the Mississippi Delta

Elizabeth Canales

Mississippi State University, United States of America; dec249@msstate.edu

Tennessee Cattle Producer Preferences for Bull Expected Progeny Differences

Karen Lewis-DeLong

University of Tennessee, United States of America; kdelong39@utk.edu

Tuesday -  

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

Posters

See the Posters page to view the PDFs. (No Zoom Session)

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP19: Production Economics 3

Session Chair: Chelsea Jewel Arnold, Kansas State University
Session Chair: Alex McLain, South Dakota State University

Factors Effecting Net Farm Income on Leased Land in Kansas

Chelsea Jewel Arnold, Mykel R. Taylor

Kansas State University, Department of Agricultural Economics; carnold4@ksu.edu

Cost of Beeswax Production

Amanda Skidmore, Frannie Miller, Ge Zhang, Marisol Olivas

New Mexico State University, United States of America; skid@nmsu.edu

The Impact of Introduction and the Adoption of High-Yielding Rice Varieties on the Savings of Smallholders in Bangladesh

Arusha Ijaz, Jisang Yu

Kansas State University, United States of America; arusha@ksu.edu

Conservation agriculture practices and soil health: An economic analysis of soil organic matter

Alex McLain, Allen Deutz, Deepthi Kolady

South Dakota State University, United States of America; Alex.McLain@sdstate.edu

Production efficiency analysis of an industry with high latent heterogeneity across firms: the case of sunflower seeds crushing plants in Ukraine

Andrii Baryshpolets, Olga Murova

Texas Tech University, United States of America; andrii.baryshpolets@ttu.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP20: Potpouri 2

Session Chair: Tyler Mark, University of Kentucky
Session Chair: Nichole Lydia Busdieker-Jesse, Missouri State University

Market Potential of Pecan and Specialty Vegetables Alley Cropping in the Southeast USA

Lila B. Karki1,2, Uma Karki2, Srinivasa R. Mentreddy3

1University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Maryland; 2Tuskegee University, Alabama; 3Alabama A&M University, Alabama; lkarki@umes.edu

Climate risk perceptions may drive agricultural technology adoption in the polder areas of Bangladesh

Zobaer Ahmed1, Aaron M. Shew2, Manoranjan Mondal3, Sudhir Yadav3, SV Krishna Jagadish4

1Environmental Science, Arkansas State University, United States of America; 2College of Agriculture, Arkansas State University, United States of America; 3International Rice Research Institute, Philippines; 4Department of Agronomy, Kansas State University, United States of America; zobaer.ahmed@smail.astate.edu

Can Bundling Technologies Encourage Adoption? Evidence from Corn Producers in Guatemala.

Allan Pinto Padilla1, Jisang Yu2, Benjamin Schwab3

1Kansas State University; 2Kansas State University; 3Kansas State University; apinto@ksu.edu

Implications of Sales Method on Planter Pricing

Saber Feizy, Tyler B. Mark

university of kentucky, United States of America; saberfeizy@uky.edu

Household perception of healthy food choices: Analysis of factors influencing intake of fresh produce

Prabodh Illukpitiya, Pramatma Khanal

Tennessee State University, United States of America; pillukpi@tnstate.edu

Successfully Navigating Beginning Farm Programs: A Grounded Theory Approach

Nichole L. Busdieker-Jesse, Christine Sudbrock

Missouri State University, United States of America; nbusdiekerjesse@missouristate.edu

Tuesday -  

3:30 pm - 

5:00 pm

(Central Time)

February 9, 2021

SP21: Regional Economics

Session Chair: Devon Cassetty, West Texas A&M University
Session Chair: David Brian Willis, Clemson University

Regional Economic Impacts of Water Policy in two Texas Watersheds

Devon Cassetty1, Bridget Guerrero1, Dale Manning2, Kunlapath Sukcharoen1, Chris Goemans2

1West Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Colorado State University, United States of America; drcassetty1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Urban Segregation and Consumption Inequality: Does Hukou Conversion Matter in China?

LE WEN1, Krishna Paudel2, Qinying He3

1South China Agricultrual University; 2Louisiana State University; 3South China Agricultrual University; LWen@agcenter.lsu.edu

Examining the Economic Well-Being of the Southern United States

Mckenzie Leanne Carvalho1, Ayoung Kim1, Rebecca Smith1, Ardian Harri1, Steve C. Turner1,2

1Department of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State University; 2Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State University; mlc960@msstate.edu

Evaluating the Contribution of Craft Beer to the Tennessee Economy

David Brian Willis1, David Wheeler Hughes2, Sarah Best3

1Dept. of Agricultural Sciences, Clemson University, United States of America; 2Dept. of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Tennessee, USA; 3Goldenhoun Consulting Group, Chicago, Il, USE; Willis9@clemson.edu

Land Values and Water Levels: What is the impact of the declining Ogallala Aquifer on land prices?

Kevyn Thompson1, Mallory Vestal1, Bridget Guerrero1, Bill Golden2, Leah Tsoodle2

1West Texas A&M University; 2Kansas State University; kbthompson1@buffs.wtamu.edu

A Case Study of Cattle Prices in Nicaragua

Jameson Augustin1, Jose Lopez-Serrano1, Rafael Bakhtavoryan1, Megan Owen1, Ervin F. Leiva2

1Texas A&M University-Commerce, United States of America; 2University of Missouri, United States of America; jaugustin@leomail.tamuc.edu

 

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