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Personnel

Xiaofei (Philip) Ye
Professor
Value-added bioprocess engineering

Christopher D. Clark
Interim Head
Environmental & Natural Resource Economics

Groups and Facilities


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Production Economics 
Providing producers and agribusinesses with the most up-to-date economic analysis.


   

Recent Publications

Economic Analysis of Alternative Logistics Systems for Tennessee-Produced Switchgrass to Penetrate Energy Markets Chugh, S., T. E. Yu, S. W. Jackson, J. A. Larson, B. C. English, and S. Cho.  2016.  Biomass and Bioenergy, 85:25-34.

Regional Economic Impacts of Biochemical and Pyrolysis Biofuel Production in the Southeastern US: A Systems Modeling Approach Lambert, D. M., B. C. English, R. J. Menard, and B. S. Wilson.  2016.  Agricultural Sciences, Volume 7, pp 407-419.

Effect of Field Geometry on Profitability of Automatic Section Control for Chemical Application Equipment Larson, J. A., M. Velandia, M. J. Buschermohle, and S. M. Westlund.  2016.  Precision Agriculture, 17,1:18-35.

A spatially explicit economic analysis of Eucalypts benthamii for short-rotation biomass in the Southern United States.  Perdue J. H., J. Stanturf, T. M. Young, D. Dougherty, and A. Astner.  2016.  11th Biennial Conference for the Short Rotation Woody Crop Working Group 11-13 Oct. 2016 Fort Pierc.

Environmental and economic analysis of using SWAT to simulate the effects of switchgrass production on water quality in an impaired watershed Zhou, X., C. D. Clark, S. Surendran Nair, S. A. Hawkins, and D. M. Lambert.  2015.  Agricultural Water Management, 160:1-13.

Predicting Double-Planting in Point Rows for Various Field Geometries.  Prather, T. G., and M. J. Buschermohle.  2012.  Tennessee Geographic Information Council (TNGIC) Annual Meeting, Montgomery Bell State Park, TN..

Predicting Double-Planting in Point Rows for Various Field Geometries Prather, T. G., and M. J. Buschermohle.  2012.  Esri International Users Conference, San Diego, CA..

Economic Analysis of Delivering Switchgrass to a Biorefinery from both the Farmersí and Processorís Perspectives.  Wang, C.  2009.  M.S. Thesis, Unpublished M.S. Thesis (Committee: J.A. Larson [Major Professor], B.C. English, and K.L. Jensen).

Economic Analysis of the Conditions for Which Farmers will Supply Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Production Larson, J. A., B. C. English, and D. M. Lambert.  2008.  Agricultural Marketing Resource Center, Iowa State University, Ames, Ia., Available at , February, 2008.

Economic Analysis of Farm-Level Supply of Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Production Under Alternative Contract Scenarios and Risk Larson, J. A., B. C. English, and L. He.  2008.  Integration of Agricultural and Energy Systems. Edited by English, Menard, Jensen. Farm Foundation, February, 2008, Pages 75-80.

Switchgrass Production in Marginal Environments: A Compatison Economic Analysis across Four West Tennesse Landscapes Mooney, D.F., R. K. Roberts, B. C. English, D. D. Tyler, and J. A. Larson.  2008.  Selected Paper presented at the 2008 American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, July 27-29, 2008, Orlando, FL. Published on-line at AgEcon Search: http://purl.umn.edu/6403.

Economic Analysis of the Conditions for Which Farmers Will Supply Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Production.  Larson, J. A., B. C. English, and D. M. Lambert.  2007.  Department of Agricultural Economics Staff Paper 07-01, November.