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    AEDE Welcomes Professor Wuyang Hu to OSU

    Jan 16, 2018

    “Applied economists are concerned with more than just numbers and economic theory,” says new AEDE Professor Wuyang Hu.  “Many of us are interested in solving real-life problems and making a difference on an individual level.”

    A fitting philosophy for a professor and researcher whose work over the past twenty-years has kept him focused on food related issues where the environment, economics and society intersect. 

  2. AEDE Represents at American Economic Association's Annual Meeting

    Jan 5, 2018

    Members of the AEDE faculty and doctoral program are presenting at the American Economic Association’s  2018 Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA this weekend.  Here is a list:
    Associate Professor Joyce Chen presented "Climate Variability and Migration as Adaptation"
    PhD Candidate Ariadna Martinez Gonzalez presented  "The Mexican PROCAMPO Farmland Subsidy and Its Effectiveness as a Rural Anti-Poor Program"
    Professor Ani Katchova participated in an AAEA Executive Board meeting

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    Farm Income Expected to Rise

    Nov 16, 2017

    Even amid lagging profits from corn and soybeans, Ohio farmers have a reason to be somewhat optimistic, according to Ani Katchova, an associate professor and Farm Income Enhancement Chair in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics at The Ohio State University.  Katchova spoke at the Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference on November 9, 2017, an annual event organized by AEDE at Ohio State, presenting research with post docs Lawson Connor, Robert Dinterman, and Ana Claudia Sant’Anna in the Farm Income Enhancement Program.

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    AEDE's Zoe Plakias Wins Award for PhD Dissertation

    Nov 15, 2017

    AEDE Assistant Professor Zoe Plakias received the Richardson-Applebaum Award for Best PhD Dissertation at the Food Distribution Research Society Annual Meeting in Hawaii.

  5. AEDE Faculty and Graduate Students Present at the North American Regional Science Council annual meeting

    Nov 14, 2017

    AEDE Professor Mark Partridge delivered the Regional Science Association International’s Fellows Plenary Lecture “Follow the Money: Aggregate, Sectoral and Spatial Effects of an Energy Boom on Local Earnings.”  

    AEDE Graduate student Daniel Crown was a Finalist of the 2017 North American Regional Science Council Student-Led Paper Competition for his paper titled "High-Skilled Immigration and the Skill Composition of Native Workers," coauthored with Alessandra Faggian.

  6. 2017 Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference Presentations

    Nov 8, 2017

    The 2017 conference presentation power points have been posted

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    AEDE Professors Miteva and Roe Receive Seed Grants from the Sustainable and Resilient Economy Program

    Nov 1, 2017

    AEDE Professors Daniela Miteva and Brian Roe's research will be supported by the Discovery Theme Initiatives Seed Grant Programs from the Sustainable and Resilient Economy programThis funding allows collaborative, interdisciplinary teams the ground-breaking opportunity to together solve our world’s grand challenges. 

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    North Campus Composting Pilot Program Diverts 367 Pounds of Food From Landfills

    Oct 31, 2017

    Sarah Grossman is an Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability major with a passion for working to solve the food waste crisis. As a member of the SUSTAINS Learning Community, Grossman teamed up with her peers to formulate a plan for a compositing project that would take place in North Campus residence halls.

  9. North Campus Composting Pilot Program Diverts 367 Pounds of Food From Landfills

    Oct 31, 2017

    Sarah Grossman is an Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability major with a passion for working to solve the food waste crisis. As a member of the SUSTAINS Learning Community, Grossman teamed up with her peers to formulate a plan for a compositing project that would take place in North Campus residence halls.

  10. Opioids

    Increased Access to Treatment, Improving Economic Opportunity Are Keys to Combating Ohio’s Opioid Crisis

    Oct 25, 2017

    One effective way to combat Ohio’s growing opioid crisis is to prioritize treatment in underserved areas across the state because those are among the areas struggling most with opioid abuse, says an analyst with the C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy at The Ohio State University.

    The 2017 analysis, Taking Measure of Ohio’s Opioid Crisis, is 22 pages and available to download free online at go.osu.edu/takingmeasure.

     

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