Profile TabsProfileLeah E.M. BevisAssistant Professorbevis.firstname.lastname@example.org://www.leahbevis.com614-292-8797Office: 329 Ag Admin Building2120 Fyffe Road Columbus, OH 43210Professional InformationDegrees & Credentials: PhD, Applied and Agricultural Economics, Cornell University, 2016BA, Geography and Economics, Middlebury College, 2009Biography: Leah joined AEDE as an assistant professor in the fall of 2016, after completing her PhD at Cornell University in agricultural economics. Leah's research focuses on linkages between human welfare and biophysical systems in poor countries, a subject at the nexus of development and resource economics. A few of her papers focus on soil degradation, farmer management strategies and farm productivity in rural Uganda. One new paper examines soil fertility, climate shocks and farmer perceptions of soil quality. She is also investigating linkages between soil minerals, crop mineral content and human health in both Uganda and Ethiopia. A separate strand of her research examines intergenerational income and human capital transmission --- in particular the role of maternal education and maternal health on later life child outcomes. You can see more details and find links to Leah's published papers on her personal website. View a recent presentation of Bevis' Research. Works - Any -Journal articleBook/book chapterReportWorking paperPolicy briefPresentationData AEDE Faculty Publications Date published: Jun 15 2017 Publication type: Journal article Our Author(s): Leah E.M. Bevis, Yongyang Cai, Joyce J. Chen, Ph.D., Sathya Gopalakrishnan, Tim Haab, Elena Irwin, H. Allen Klaiber, Dave Kraybill, Mark Partridge, Zoë Plakias, Brian E. Roe, Abdoul Sam, Ian Sheldon, Brent Sohngen, Stan Thompson, Ani Katchova See recent AEDE Faculty publications, working papers, conferences, book chapters and books listed in RePec.