Ohio State experts building model to simulate impacts on Great Lakes region
Imagine the United States gets ensnared in a lengthy trade war and the fallout undercuts international demand for crops grown in the Great Lakes region. Farmers and other producers would eventually adjust their plans, setting in motion changes that could have pronounced ramifications on how land, water and energy resources are used and are collectively affected for years to come. But what are those ramifications, exactly, and to what extent can they be anticipated?
Alan Randall, Professor Emeritus in Ohio State's Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics (AEDE) and Honorary Professor of Economics and Agriculture and Environment at the University of Sydney, will present on October 10th in Room 105 of the Agricultural Administration Building (2120 Fyffe Road) as part of the AEDE Applied Economic