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  1. A New Mix of Private and Public: How Well Might the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act Work?

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/events/new-mix-private-and-public-how-well-might-us-food-safety-modernization-act-work

    Abstract: The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 (FSMA) is introducing comprehensive changes to the ... These changes are a new mix of private responsibilities for preventative controls, use of third party ... safety markets influence how well FSMA may work, particularly for the fresh produce industry? This event ...

  2. About Maple

    https://agnr.osu.edu/specialty-crop-business/maple-syrup/about-maple

    species. Maple syrup is sap drawn from a maple tree in late winter/early spring and is boiled to remove ... measurement for sugar concentration. The average concentration of sugar in the sap from a sugar maple tree is ... When the sugar is concentrated to between 66% Brix to 68.9% Brix it is maple syrup. Nothing is added to ...

  3. Agro-environmental Policy Impacts on Regional Economics, Land Use, and Ecosystem Services in New Zealand

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/events/agro-environmental-policy-impacts-regional-economics-land-use-and-ecosystem-services

    Specifically, it uses the New Zealand Forest and Agricultural Regional Model (NZFARM), to assess the impacts of ... stand-alone GHG and nutrient emissions reduction policies for the land use sector could create some ... resulting in losses to net farm revenue by between 0 and 11%. Simultaneously implementing the two policies ...

  4. Sheldon receives AAEA Presidential Recognition Award for Special Service

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/sheldon-receives-aaea-presidential-recognition-award-special-service

    Congratulations to Ian Sheldon who received the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association ... (AAEA) Presidential Recognition Award for Special Service for outstanding leadership as inaugural editor ...

  5. Mental Accounts, Selective Attention, and the Mutability of Altruism: An Experiment with Online Workers

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/events/mental-accounts-selective-attention-and-mutability-altruism-experiment-online

    sources at hand in a self-interested way. Their marginal willingness to give is positive only for the ... classify income by source and link sources to appropriate use (Thaler, 1999). When deciding whether to ... windfall income than earned income. More intriguingly, participants pay selective attention to the income ...

  6. Cash Transfers and Child Schooling: Evidence from a Randomized Evaluation of the Role of Conditionality

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/events/cash-transfers-and-child-schooling-evidence-randomized-evaluation-role

    Abstract: We conduct a randomized experiment in rural Burkina Faso to estimate the impact of alternative ... required to have their children ages 7-15 enrolled in school and attend classes regularly. There were no ... impact increasing the enrollment of children who are traditionally favored by parents for school ...

  7. AEDE Faculty and Students Present Research at the 2014 AAEA Annual Meeting

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/aede-faculty-and-students-present-research-2014-aaea-annual-meeting

    Each summer one of the most highly anticipated events for AEDE’s faculty and students takes place: ... professional organization for agricultural and applied economists working in the U.S. The yearly gathering ... session.  • “Environmental Economics Priorities for Federal Statistical Data” by AEDE’s Timothy Haab was ...

  8. Matt Gnagey awarded 2011 AEDE Best Doctoral Research Manuscript

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/matt-gnagey-awarded-2011-aede-best-doctoral-research-manuscript

    Congratulations to Matt Gnagey, recipient of the 2011 AEDE Best Doctoral Research Manuscript, for ... Timing." Jenny Trump received honorable mention for "The Impact of Student Mobility on Estimates of ...

  9. A Day in the Life: Daniel Crown, PhD Student and ERS Intern

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/day-life-daniel-crown-phd-student-and-ers-intern

    Census Bureau.  Through his own narrative, Daniel gives us an account of what it's like to spend the ... summer applying the economic concepts that he has learned in the AEDE classroom to a real-world setting ...

  10. Ohio State Agricultural Economist: An Aging U.S. Farmer Population Does Not Necessarily Warrant Concern

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-agricultural-economist-aging-us-farmer-population-does-not-necessarily-warrant

    to the capital-intensive nature of the industry. “It takes time for someone to accumulate the capital ... a lack of new, younger farmers to replace the current population, these concerns are unwarranted, ... according to a recently conducted analysis by Carl Zulauf, an economist in the Department of Agricultural, ...

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