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  • AGRICULTURALECONOMICS

    AGRICULTURALECONOMICSSouthernAgriculturalEconomicsAssociation

    45thAnnualMeetingProgramFebruary26,2013

    WyndhamOrlandoResortOrlando,Florida

    SAEAOFFICERSPresident..ParrRossonPresidentElectR.WesHarrisonDirectorDanielPetroliaDirectorDuncanChembeziDirectorMarcoPalmaSecretary.JohnVanSickleTreasurer.JeffreyL.JordanEditors:.MaryMarchantandDarrellBosch

    SAEAExecutiveCommitteeNewOfficerOrientationSaturday5pm7pmExecutiveBoardroom

    Saturday6pm8pm

    QuizBowlOrientationandRefreshmentsPalmsBallroomSalonA

    Sunday8am4pm

    QuizBowlCompetitionPalmsBallroomSalonsA,B&G

    (SalonGonlyuntil1pm)

    QuizBowlBreak/RecruitmentFairSunday10amand2pmPalmsBallroomA/BFoyer

    Sunday8:30am2:30pmSAEAExecutiveCouncil

    AzaleaA/B

    Sundaynoon4pm

  • RegistrationPalmsFoyer

    Sunday2pm4pm

    DepartmentHeadsMeetingKeyRoomsBiscayne

    Sunday2pm4pm

    SERAMeetingExecutiveBoardroom

    Sunday4:00pm4:30pmSAASBusinessMeeting

    JasmineBallroom

    Sunday,February3,4:00pm5:00pmGraduateStudentMixer

    PoolsidePavilion

    Sunday6pm10pmReception/SuperBowlParty

    NASCARSportsGrille(UniversalCityWalk)Shuttlestartsat5:00pm

    Sunday1:00pm3:30pmInvitedFellowsSessionFloralBallroomJasmine

    Title:AccountingforPositiveandNegativeExternalitiesinBenefitCostAnalysesOrganizerandModerator:AndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFloridaPresenters:

    1. MeasuringNegativeExternalitiesassociatedwithOffshoreOilDrilling:ACaseStudyofLostPassiveandDirectUseValuesClaimedbytheStateofFloridaSherryLarkin,RayHuffakerandRodneyClouserUniversityofFlorida

    2. PositiveandNegativeExternalitiesinAgriculturalProduction:TheCaseofAdenaSpringsRanchCharlesMossandAndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFlorida

    3. BenefitCostAnalysiswithNegativeExternalities:TheCaseofCigaretteSmoking

  • AndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFlorida,DwayneHaynes,andTroyG.Schmitz,ArizonaStateUniversityandEvanD.Schmitz,Pulmonologist,Richland,Washington

    4. AccountingforExternalitiesinBenefitCostMeasures:AnAnalysisofaLandBuyoutandAssociatedProjectstoSavetheEvergladesAndrewSchmitz,UniversityofFlorida,andP.LynnKennedy,LouisianaStateUniversityandtheLSUAgCenterandJulieHillGabriel,AudubonSocietyofFlorida

    Sunday2pmTuesday5pm

    SelectedPostersPalmsBallroomSalonE

    PosterpresentationswillbeTuesday,February5,10:15am12noon

    1. DiversificationStrategiesduringAssetCrises:REITstockTailDependenceChihChiangWu;YuanZeUniversity,MeichiHuang;NationalTaipeiUniversity

    2. AnEconomicAnalysisofReservoirSedimentManagement:CroplandManagementversusDredgingCraigSmith;FortHaysStateUniversity,JefferyWilliams;KansasStateUniversity,PouyanNejadhashemi;MichiganStateUniversity,SeanWoznicki;MichiganState,University,JohnLeatherman;KansasStateU

    3. Ethanoltradeasimpactedbyclimaticvariability:LearningfromtheU.SBrazilexperienceRachnaTewari;TexasTechUniversity,JeffJohnson;TexasTech

    4. DoCottonLintPricesAffecttheDecisiontoUseorByPassaFieldCleanerinCottonStripperHarvesting?BlakeBennett;TexasAgriLifeExtensionService,JackieSmith;TexasAgriLifeExtensionService,JeanneReeves;CottonIncorporated

    5. TheDependenceofNitrogenPrice,NitrogenDemand,andCottonProductioninTexasonFuelPricesBlakeBennett;TexasAgriLifeExtensionService,JeanneReeves;CottonIncorporated

    6. EconomicValueofOldWorldBluestemandOptimumGrazingSeasonUnderAlternativeStockingRatesLalAlmas;WestTexasA&MUniversity,DavidLust;WestTexasA&MUniversity,KathleenBrooks;WestTexasA&MUniversity

    7. EvaluatingBeefCattleBestManagementPractices:ConversiontoGrassFedBeefAlanYoung;TexasA&MUniversity,JoePaschal;TexasA&MAgriLifeExtension,StevenKlose;TexasA&MUniversity

    8. TheProfitabilityofIrrigatingCorninTennessee:ImplicationsofFieldSizeandEnergyCostsChristopherBoyer;UniversityofTennessee,JamesLarson;UniversityofTennessee,RolandRoberts;TheUniversityofTennessee,AnegelaMcClure;UniversityofTennessee,DonaldTyler;UniversityofTennessee

  • 9. FactorsAffectingFreshmenRetentionintheCollegeofAgricultureJaredBatte;AuburnUniversity,PatriciaDuffy;AuburnUniversity,PaulPatterson;AuburnUniversity

    10. DairyRiskManagementEducationwithRealTimeFuturesMarketSimulationJohnVanSickle;UniversityofFlorida,MarySowerby;UniversityofFlorida

    11. DevelopingandDeliveringCourseContentforDualEnrollmentCoursesScottParrott;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin,JosephMehlhorn;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin,JeremyD'Antoni;UTMartin,SandyMehlhorn;UTMartin,KellyDavidson;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin

    12. NAAEASocialMediaSurvey2011MikeMonson;UniversityofMissouri

    13. LifeCycleAnalysisonCroppingandRangelandSystemsintheTexasHighPlainsandRollingPlainsTongWang;SeongPark;NithyaRajan;StanBevers;StephenAmosson;TexasA&MAgriLifeExtensionService

    14. EconomicsofTurfgrassSodProductionasComparedtoRowCropsinAlabamaJingYi;TexasA&MUniversity,PatriciaDuffy,DavidHan,DeacueFields,ElizabethGuertal;AuburnUniversity

    15. RiskAnalysisforAgriculturalCooperativesPhilKenkel;OklahomaStateUniversity

    16. OligopolisticMarketStructureintheJapanesePistachioImportMarketMahdiAsgari,SayedSaghaian;UniversityofKentucky

    17. AnalysisofPastureSystemstoMaximizetheProfitabilityandSustainabilityofGrassFedBeefProductionBasuBhandari;LouisianaStateUniversity,JeffreyGillespie;LouisianaStateUniversityAgriculturalCenter

    18. AssessingtheCostofSupplyingAlternativeDedicatedEnergyCropsforBiofuelProductioninTennesseeTunHsiangYu;JamesA.Larson;BurtonEnglish;UniversityofTennessee

    19. GeospatialAnalysisofIncomeGrowthinSoutheasternUnitedStatesBuddhiGyawali;KentuckyStateUniversity

    20. TheContributionofAgriculturetotheArkansasEconomyKatherineMcGraw,JenniePopp,WayneMiller;UniversityofArkansas

    21. IntegratingaLifeCycleCostingModelintoaGHGEmissionsModelforSwineProductionJenniePoppandGermanRodriguez,RickUlrich,GinaVickeryNiederman;UniversityofArkansas,MichaelBlack;CornellUniversity

    22. ExpectationandApplicationofGPSGuidanceSysteminPrecisionAgriculture:ABayesianApproachAdityaKhanal,AshokMishra,KrishnaPaudel;LouisianaStateUniversity,DaytonM.Lambert;UniversityofTennessee

    23. ReasonsforDairyProductionDeclineinArkansasMollyBrant;ArkansasTechUniversity

  • 24. ReasonsforDairyProductionContinuationinArkansasMollyBrant;ArkansasTechUniversity

    25. TheSmallMeatProcessingPlantModel:AFeasibilityTemplateforProducersandExtensionSpecialistsRodneyHolcomb,KyleFlynn,PhilKenkel;OklahomaStateUniversity

    26. HowTrulyLeveragedAreLocalGovernments?RedefiningSolvencyforLocalGovernmentsintheGulfofMexicoStatesArunAdhikari,JoshuaDetre,JamesFannin;LouisianaStateUniversityAgriculturalCenter

    27. DoStudentsSeetheBigPicture:GeneralversusDisciplineSpecificEducation?JasonRoberts,SandyMehlhorn,JosephMehlhorn;UniversityofTennesseeatMartin

    28. Farmer'sWillingnesstoGrowBiomassforEnergyProduction:TheKentuckyCaseAustinJacobs,TylerMark;MoreheadStateUniversity

    29. HaveFarmersandRanchersLostConfidenceinFuturesMarkets?SteveAmosson,DavidAnderson,StanBevers,RobertHogan,DeanMcCorkle,JohnRobinson,JackieSmith,MarkWaller,EmmyWilliams;TexasA&MAgriLifeExtensionService,MarkWelch;TexasTechUniversity

    30. SmallFarmersinNorthCarolinaSuccessfulPracticesAnthonyYeboah,JohnPaulOwens,JarvettaBynum,BenjaminGray;NorthCarolinaA&TStateUniversity

    31. EconomicImpactsofChangingHerdSiresforArkansasCowCalfOperationsDanielKeeton,MichaelPopp,AaronSmith;UniversityofArkansas

    32. Switchgrass:N,P,KRemovalRatesvs.DryMatterYieldforOptimalHarvestTimeNathanialCahill,MichaelPopp;UniversityofArkansas,CharlesWest,AlexRocateli;TexasTechUniversity,AmandaAshworth;TheCenterforNativeGrasslandsManagement

    33. Bioenergymarketpotential:Assessmentsofprospectsforlignocellulosicbioethanolproduction.MartaWlodarz;TexasA&MUniversity

    34. EnergyCaneBiofuelFeedstockProductionCostEstimatesUnderAlternativeYieldandCropCycleLengthSpecificationsKaylaBrown,PaulDarby,MichaelSalassi;LouisianaStateUniversity

    35. StandingtheTestofTime:WhySomePubliclyTradedAgribusinessFirmsMakeItandOthersFailJoshuaDetre,PaulDarby;LouisianaStateUniversityAgriculturalCenter

    36. TheCostEffectivenessofBiologicalControl:TheCaseofInvasiveMoleCricketsandFloridasCommercialPasturelandMichaelThomas;FloridaA&MUniversity

    37. ComparingResultsofIrrigationWaterDemandForecastingfromThreeSouthernStatesSwagataBanBanerjee;UniversityofWisconsinPlatteville

    38. StudentEngagementintheClassroomMaryMarchant;VirginiaTech

    39. PerennialBiomassforBioenergy:InterestSensitivityofSupplyPricesGodfreyEjimakor,KimonaSmith;NCA&TStateUniversity

  • 40. ProducerWillingnesstoPayfortheServicesProvidedbyanElectronicTradePlatform:TheCaseofMarketMakerSamuelZapata,CarlosCarpio,OlgaIsengildinaMassa,RonaldLamie;ClemsonUniversity

    41. FarmLevelImpactsofProducingPerennialEnergyCropsKingsleyBonsu,GodfreyEjimakor,RalphOkafor;NCA&TStateUniversity

    42. ProductDiversification,Performance,andRiskofU.S.AgribusinessesPabloGarciaFuentes,P.LynnKennedy;LouisianaStateUniversity,GustavoFerreira;VirginiaTech,FelipePerez;INCAEBusinessSchool

    43. DoesMicrofinanceAlleviatetheFinancingConstraintsofGhanaianSmallBusinesses?FrederickQuaye,ValentinaHartarska;AuburnUniversity

    44. Students'PerceptionofExpenseandHealthinessofFoodProductsLauraStocking,SierraHowry,A.DeanMonroe,LoreeBranham;AngeloStateUniversity

    45. InvestinginAgribusinessStocks:WhatLiesAhead!TatsuyaHanabuchi;LouisianaStateUniversity

    46. InvestigatinglongRunandShortRunFactorsAffectingRenewableEnergyConsumptioninLouisianaKrishnaKoirala,AdityaKhanal;LouisianaStateUniversity

    47. TheCostEffectivenessofBiologicalControl:TheCaseofInvasiveMoleCricketsandFloridasCommercialPasturelandMichaelThomas;FloridaA&MUniversity

    Monday8:00am5:00pm

    RegistrationPalmsFoyer

    Monday8am12noonQuizBowlCompetition

    PalmsBallroomSalonsA&B

    QuizBowlBreak/RecruitmentFair10am

    PalmsBallr