Recent Publications

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Evaluation of effects of intellectual property rights on U.S. seed exports. With Minyu Zhou (Discover) and Jihyun Eum (Bank of Korea).
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We build a novel stochastic dynamic regional integrated assessment model (IAM) of the climate and economic system including a number of important climate science elements that are missing in most IAMs. These elements are spatial heat transport from the Equator to the Poles, sea level rise, permafrost thaw and tipping points. We study optimal policies under cooperation and various degrees of competition between regions. Our results suggest that when the elements of climate science which are accounted for in this paper are ignored, important policy variables such as the social cost of carbon...
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Katchova, A.L. and R. Dinterman. “Evaluating Financial Stress and Performance of Beginning Farmers during the Agricultural Downturn.” Agricultural Finance Review 78(2018). https://doi.org/10.1108/AFR-08-2017-0074
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Dinterman, R., A.L. Katchova, and J.M. Harris. “Financial Stress and Farm Bankruptcies in U.S. Agriculture.” Agricultural Finance Review 78(2018). https://doi.org/10.1108/AFR-05-2017-0030
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This report provides projections for 2018 for the CAUV values of all soil types in Ohio enrolled in the Current Agricultural Use Value Program (CAUV).
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In the context of the economic logic of GATT/WTO, analysis of what might be driving US trade policy.
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Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization, DOI: 10.1515/jafio-2017-0035. Jihyun Eum, Ian Sheldon and Stan Thompson. Article focuses on estimation of trade costs using a neo-Ricardian model.
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Annual Review of Resource Economics, doi.org/10.1146/annurev-resource-100516-053630. Article focuses on the provision of diagnosis vs. treatment in provisison of credence goods.
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View Understanding America's Rural Urban Interface recorded webinar. America’s rural-urban divide, it seems, has never been greater, a point reinforced by large geographic disparities in support for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. But it is also the case that big cities and rural communities are more tightly integrated than ever and are increasingly interdependent, both economically and socially. That’s the starting point for this free webinar drawn from the focus of the July issue of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. The webinar features the...

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