Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Handbook of Agricultural Economics, volume 5

What Matters in Agricultural Economics?
Setting the Agenda for the Handbook of Agricultural Economics Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Preconference

Monday, October 26, 2020 at 8:45am - 1:00pm CDT
 Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 
8:45am - 2:00pm CDT
Elsevier Handbook of Agricultural Economics

Presentations to be 25 minutes each, with 10 minutes for a discussant and 20 minutes of questions from the audience. Please note that space is limited and attendance is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Monday October 26, 2020

Welcome and Overview      
    Christopher B. Barrett, Cornell University & David R. Just, Cornell University
Climate, Food and Agriculture
    Ariel Ortiz-Bobea, Cornell University
    Discussant: Tom Hertel, Purdue University
Behavioral and Experimental Economics to Inform Agri-Environmental Programs and Policies
    Leah Palm-Forster, University of Delaware & Kent Messer, University of Delaware
    Discussant: Stephen Swallow, University of Connecticut
The Economics of Animal Health and Livestock Disease
    David A. Hennessy, Michigan State University & Thomas L. Marsh, Washington State University
    Discussant: Chris Wolf, Cornell University
The Economics of Agricultural Innovation
    Julian Alston, University of California – Davis & Phil Pardey, University of Minnesota
    Discussant: Gregory Graff, Colorado State University

View the recording of this session here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPnBDGdkpGE

Thursday October 29, 2020

Announcements and Overview        
    Christopher B. Barrett, Cornell University & David R. Just, Cornell University
Gender in Agriculture and Food Systems
    Agnes Quisumbing, IFPRI & Cheryl Doss, University of Oxford
    Discussant: Erin Lentz, University of Texas-Austin
Big Data, Machine Learning Methods for Agricultural and Applied Economists
    Kathy Baylis, University of California – Santa Barbara & Thomas Heckelei, University of Bonn
    Discussant: Linden McBride, St. Mary’s College
Social Networks Analysis in Agricultural Economics
    Mushfiq Mobarak, Yale University & Zack Barnett-Howell, Yale University
    Discussant: Annemie Maertens, University of Sussex
Agricultural Data Collection to Minimize Measurement Error and Maximize Coverage
    Gero Carletto, World Bank; Alberto Zezza, World Bank; & Andrew Dillon, Northwestern University
    Discussant: Leah Bevis, Ohio State University
The Changing Nature of Agricultural Labor Markets
    Zachariah Rutledge, University of California–Davis, J. Edward Taylor, University of California –        Davis, & Diane Charlton, Montana State University
    Discussant: Jennifer Ifft, Kansas State University

View the recording of this session here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNGp5RIHIWc

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