Organized by Carola Grebitus


April 17, 2019:

“The Impact of fuel price volatility on fruit and vegetable prices in the U.S.” Dr. Richard Volpe, Cal Poly.

April 10, 2019:

Morrison School of Agribusiness Graduate Student Presentations: Alwin Dsouza.

March 27, 2019:

“Eat your vegetables: Getting school children to eat carrots.” Dr. Punam Ohri-Vachaspati, Arizona State University.

March 20, 2019:

“WIC participation and relative quality of household food purchases: Evidence from FoodAPS.” Dr. Di Fang, University of Arkansas.

March 13, 2019:

Morrison School of Agribusiness Graduate Student Presentations: Kathy Ramirez Hernandez and Maria Luz Malabayabas.

February 20, 2019:

“Information, Technology, and Market Rewards: Incentivizing Aflatoxin Control in Ghana.” Dr. Nicholas Magnan, University of Georgia.

February 13, 2019:

“Labor allocation and unanticipated shocks in Zimbabwe.” Dr. Anna Josephson, University of Arizona.

February 8, 2019:

“Time-varying optimal hedges for Brazilian grain handlers.” Dr. Mindy Mallory, University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign.

January 23, 2019:

“Healthy corner store programs – can we do more?” Dr. Robin DeWeese, Arizona State University.

April 11, 2018:

Water when it counts: Reducing scarcity through irrigation monitoring in central Mozambique, Valerie Mueller, Arizona State University.

March 21, 2018:

The effects of temperature on recreation fishing demand and adaptation:  Implications for a changing climate. Roger van Haefen, North Carolina State University.

March 14, 2018:

Producer attitudes toward output price risk: Experimental evidence from the lab and from the field. Marc F. Bellemare, University of Minnesota.

Feb. 14, 2018:

The development of satellite based index insurance for pasture land. Milton Boyd, University of Manitoba, Canada.

Feb. 7, 2018:

Poised between the wild west of predictive analytics and an analytics of things Westworld frontier. Michael Goul, Arizona State University.

Feb. 1, 2018:

Cooperative management of invasive species: a dynamic Nash bargaining approach. Kelly Cobourn, Virginia Tech University.

Nov. 22, 2017:

Is there too much history in historical yield data? Alan Ker, University of Guelph, Canada

Nov. 8, 2017:

Lots for greening: Identification of metropolitan vacant land and its potential use for cooling and agriculture in Phoenix, AZ, USA. Jordan Smith, Arizona State University.

Oct. 25, 2017:

Simulating the effect of the nutrition fact label revision: Added sugar and the demand for ready-to-eat breakfast cereals. Alessandro Bonanno, Colorado State University.

Oct. 18, 2017:

Labor response to climate variation in eastern Africa. Glenn Sheriff, Arizona State University.

Oct. 4, 2017:

Consumption of processed food in an emerging economy: The case of India. Khondoker Mottaleb, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), El Batan Texcoco, Mexico.

Sept. 27, 2017:

Water right seniority, economic efficiency, and land allocation decisions. Siân Mooney, Arizona State University.

April 26, 2017:

The benefits of escaping recreational ‘derbies’: Evidence from a Kuhn-Tucker model of for-hire fishing in the US Gulf of Mexico. Joshua K. Abbott, Arizona State University

April 12, 2017:

Consumer preferences for sustainability labeling: What can eye tracking add to our research? Ellen van Loo, Ghent University, Belgium

April 3, 2017:

Bargaining power and local heroes: The relevance of cross-category complementarities for bargaining power and loss leading, Gordon J. Klein, Universität Münster, Germany

March 22, 2017:

Sensitivity analysis of urban canopy and land surface models to input land cover data products: A multiscale data development for integrated agricultural and urban applications. Stephen Shaffer, Arizona State University

Nov. 23, 2016:

Understanding big data! Is agribusiness ready for it? Athanasios (Thanos) Gentimis, University of Florida

Oct. 26, 2016:

Deprivation or discrimination: What accounts for the poverty-obesity paradox in high-income countries? Daniel Hruschka, Arizona State University

Oct. 5, 2016:

Payment scheme self-selection in the credence goods market: An experimental study. Ellen Green, Arizona State University

Sept. 7, 2016:

Hazed and confused: Air pollution, cognitive functioning, and financial decision making among the elderly. Nick Kuminoff, Arizona State University.

March 30, 2016:

Re-examining our models of farm debt: Implications for monetary and agricultural policy. Charles Britt Moss, University of Florida

March 23, 2016:

Deliberate transformations in food systems. Jennifer Hodbod, Arizona State University

Jan. 20, 2016:

High resolution agricultural and urban models at decadal and regional scales: Seeking sustainable solutions for rapidly expanding urban areas. Alex Mahalov, Arizona State University

Nov. 18, 2015:

Quality standards versus nutritional taxes: Health and welfare impacts with strategic firms. Vincent Réquillart, Toulouse University, TSE-INRA, France

Oct. 30, 2015:

Outdoor recreation research and case studies in the Czech Republic. Katerina Kaprova, Charles University Environment Center, Prague

Oct. 21, 2015:

Using takings to undo givings. Karen Bradshaw Schulz, Arizona State University

Oct. 7, 2015:

Rod Roscoe, Arizona State University. Joint seminar with HSE brown bag.

Sept. 23, 2015:

The fragility of cooperation in a world of change. Marco A. Janssen, Arizona State University

April 22, 2015:

The value of ethical attributes – Willingness to pay for animal welfare, local origin and organic production. Jutta Roosen, University of Munich, Germany

March 04, 2015:

The robustness of small scale agricultural systems: food security in the face of global change. J. Marty Anderies, Arizona State University

Jan. 21, 2015:

Distinguishing non-stationarity from inconsistency in intertemporal choice. Daniel Silverman, Arizona State University

Nov. 7, 2014:

Creating connections and exchanges that are good for consumers and good for businesses. Fernando Arriola, VP Media & Integration ConAgra Foods

Oct. 29, 2014:

A state of hunger: Risk and resiliency factors related. Meg Bruening, Arizona State University

Sept. 24, 2014:

Profitability of firms in the US food industry. Stefan Hirsch, Bonn University, Germany

April 02, 2014:

Hurricanes and avoidance behavior: Evidence from bottled water sales. Timothy K.M. Beatty, University of Minnesota

March 19, 2014:

The impact of Wal-Mart Supercenter conversion on consumer shopping behaviors. Sungho Park, Arizona State University

Feb. 25, 2014:

Food retail environment and childhood obesity. Rodolfo M. Nayga, University of Arkansas

Dec. 11, 2013:

Oligopoly intermediation, relative rivalry, and the mode of competition. Stephen Hamilton, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Nov. 14, 2013:

“I’ll have what he’s having”: Group ordering behavior in food choice decisions. Brenna Ellison, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Oct. 23, 2013:

On the career and technical education-career planning and courses; secondary education and CTE student organizations the example of FFA. Dennis Fiscus, CTE Director of Operations, Programs of Study Director

Oct. 9, 2013:

Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. Juli Boles, Arizona Department of Health Services, Medical Marijuana Program Manager

Sept. 25, 2013:

Ethanol – no free lunch. Andrew Schmitz, University of Florida

Aug. 28, 2013:

Forced sales and farmland prices. Silke Huettel, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

April 18, 2013:

Superstition Vistas – A bold vision for a sustainable 21st century community. Mike Hutchinson – Director, Superstition Vistas Comprehensive Planning Project, Jim Holway – Director, Western Land and Communities, Sonoran Institute, Michelle Green – Project Manager, Arizona State Land Department. Joint Seminar with Science & Mathematics

April 10, 2013:

Arizona agribusiness innovations: Aquaculture, algae – an emerging industry in Arizona. Tony Porti, Chairman of Global Aquatics

April 5, 2013:

Sierra Martinez, Legal Director from Natural Resources Defense Council

March 21, 2013:

Are tribes the new ‘laboratories of innovation’ in environmental and natural resources management? Patricia Mariella, Arizona State University–American Indian Policy Institute  

March 8, 2013:

The impact of product information & trials on demand for smokeless tobacco & cigarettes: Evidence from experimental auctions. Matthew Rousu, Susquehanna University

Feb. 15, 2013:

Green expectations: Current effects of anticipated carbon pricing. Derek Lemoine, University of Arizona

Jan. 28, 2013:

Extreme biogeochemistry: The influence of water-pulse events in polar desert soils of Antarctica. Becky Ball, Arizona State University (joint seminar with Letters and Sciences)

Nov. 16, 2012:

Reduce food waste to eliminate hunger and poverty. Craig Rominger, CEO of nanoICE; Founder/Chairman of Post Harvest Project 

Nov. 15, 2012:

Spatial effects of bioenergy production on land allocation and net revenue. Jerome Dumortier, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis

Nov. 8, 2012:

Comments on the Danish and US organic labels – an empirical investigation using eye tracking. Anne Peschel, Bonn University, Germany