SCC76: Economics and Management of Risk in Agriculture and Natural Resources
(Multistate Research Coordinating Committee and Information Exchange Group)
Anand, Mohit, Ruiqing Miao, and Madhu Khanna. 2019. Adopting Bioenergy Crops: Does Farmers’ Attitude toward Loss Matter? Agricultural Economics 50(4):435-450.
Bekkerman, A., Belasco, E.J. and Smith, V.H., 2019. Does farm size matter? Distribution of crop insurance subsidies and government program payments across US farms. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 41(3), pp.498-518.
Belasco, E.J., Cooper, J. and Smith, V.H., 2020. The Development of a Weather‐based Crop Disaster Program. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 102(1), pp.240-258.
Belasco, E. and Schahczenski, J., 2021. Is organic farming risky? An evaluation of WFRP in organic and conventional production systems. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 50(1), pp.63-75.
Cho, W., and B.W. Brorsen. 2021. Evaluation of RI-PRF Crop Insurance Program Design. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Forthcoming.
Goodrich, B.K. and Goodhue, R.E., 2020. Are All Colonies Created Equal? The Role of Honey Bee Colony Strength in Almond Pollination Contracts. Ecological Economics, 177, p.106744.
Goodrich, B., Yu, J. and Vandeveer, M., 2020. Participation patterns of the rainfall index insurance for pasture, rangeland and forage programme. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice, 45(1), pp.29-51.
He, J., Zheng, X., Rejesus, R. and Yorobe Jr, J., 2020. Input use under cost‐of‐production crop insurance: Theory and evidence. Agricultural Economics, 51(3), pp.343-357.
Kim, Y., Yu, J. and Pendell, D.L., 2020. Effects of crop insurance on farm disinvestment and exit decisions. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 47(1), pp.324-347.
Malikov, Emir, Ruiqing Miao, and Jingfang Zhang. 2020. Distributional and Temporal Heterogeneity in the Climate Change Effects on U.S. Agriculture. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 104:1-10.
Miao, Ruiqing. 2020. Climate, Insurance, and Innovation: The Case of Drought and Innovations in Drought-Tolerant Traits in U.S. Agriculture. European Review of Agricultural Economics 47(5):1826-1860.
Park, E., B.W. Brorsen, and A. Harri. 2019. Using Bayesian Kriging for Spatial Smoothing in Crop Insurance Rating. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 101(1):330-351.
Park, E., B.W. Brorsen, and A. Harri. 2021. Spatially Smoothed Crop Yield Density: Physical Distance vs Climate Similarity. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Forthcoming.
Park, S., Goodwin, B.K., Zheng, X. and Rejesus, R.M., 2020. Contract elements, growing conditions, and anomalous claims behaviour in US crop insurance. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice, 45(1), pp.157-183.
Perry, E.D., Yu, J. and Tack, J., 2020. Using insurance data to quantify the multidimensional impacts of warming temperatures on yield risk. Nature communications, 11(1), pp.1-9.
Ramsey, A.F., 2020. Probability distributions of crop yields: A bayesian spatial quantile regression approach. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 102(1), pp.220-239.
Ramsey, A.F., Ghosh, S.K. and Goodwin, B.K., 2020. Rating exotic price coverage in crop revenue insurance. Agricultural Finance Review.
ShalekBriski, A., B.W. Brorsen, J. Rogers, J.T. Biermacher, D.A. Marburger, and J. Edwards. 2020. Design of the Rainfall Index Annual Forage Program. Agricultural Finance Review
Shee, A., Turvey, C.G. and Marr, A., 2021. Heterogeneous Demand and Supply for an Insurance‐linked Credit Product in Kenya: A Stated Choice Experiment Approach. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 72(1), pp.244-267.
Tsiboe, F. and Tack, J., 2021. Utilizing Topographic and Soil Features to Improve Rating for Farm-Level Insurance American Journal of Agricultural Economics.
Turvey, C.G., Carduner, A. and Ifft, J., 2020. Market microstructure and the historical relationship between the US farm credit system, farm service agency and commercial bank lending. Agricultural Finance Review.
Yu, Chengzheng, Ruiqing Miao, and Madhu Khanna. forthcoming. Maladaptation of U.S. Corn and Soybeans to a Changing Climate. Scientific Reports.
Yu, J. and Hendricks, N.P., 2020. Input Use Decisions with Greater Information on Crop Conditions: Implications for Insurance Moral Hazard and the Environment. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 102(3), pp.826-845.
Yu, J., Sumner, D.A. and Lee, H., 2021. Premium rates and selection in specialty crop insurance markets: Evidence from the catastrophic coverage participation. Food Policy, 101, p.102079.
Wang, H.H., Liu, L., Ortega, D.L., Jiang, Y. and Zheng, Q., 2020. Are smallholder farmers willing to pay for different types of crop insurance? An application of labelled choice experiments to Chinese corn growers. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice, 45(1), pp.86-110.