Recent Faculty and Graduate Student Research
Issues Affecting Food Production, Security and Health
Dr. Brian Roe: Food-related Routines, Food-Related Routines, Product Characteristics, and Household Food Waste in the United States: A Refrigerator-based Pilot Study and Food Waste Collaborative Presentation.
Dr. Wuyang Hu: The Economics of Agriculture and Food Systems.
Dr. Zoë Plakias: The Economics of Local Food in Schools and Universities.
Dr. Leah Bevis: Soil deficiencies, soil contamination and human health.
PhD Candidate Danyi Qi: Messages to Diners about Food Waste Result in Smaller Orders, Cleaner Plates, but No Change in Total Food Intake.
Dr.s Joyce J Chen and Daniel Crown: The Gender Pay Gap in Academia: Evidence from the Ohio State University.
Issues Affecting Rural and Urban Communities Around the World
Dr. Joyce Chen: Climate Change, Rural Livelihoods, and Adaptation.
Dr. Bo Feng: Social Mobility, Economic Opportunity and Interregional Migration.
Dr. Rodrigo Perez Silva: Knowledge Spillovers.
Issues Affecting the Domestic and International Agricultural Sectors
Dr.s Ani Katchova and Robert Dinterman: Ohio Stable in Farm Bankruptcies, While Nation is Up.
Dr. Ian Sheldon: Economic Analysis of U.S. Trade Policy and Its Impact on the Agricultural Sector.
Dr. Ani Katchova: US and Ohio Farm Financial Conditions and Forecasting.
Dr. Leah Bevis, Kichan Kim, PhD Candidate: Close to the Edge: High Productivity at Plot Peripheries and the Inverse Size-productivity Relationship.
Dr. Ian Sheldon: The Revival of Economic Nationalism and the Global Trading System.
Issues Affecting the Environment and Sustainability
Dr. Allen Klaiber: Markets and the Environment.
Dr. Yongyang Cai: Integrated Assessment Modeling in Climate Change Economics and Regional Development.
Dr. David Wolf: Valuing Water Resources: Housing Markets, Recreation and Health.