AERE @ the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Annual Conference

AERE co-sponsors two sessions at the AAEA Annual Meeting with the Land, Water and Environmental Economics Section (ENV). AERE no longer issues a general call for abstracts for AERE sessions at the AAEA. 

Program Committee

JunJie Wu, Oregon State University
Corbett Grainger, University of Wisconsin

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 July 21-23, 2019
Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA


2019 Session Highlights

The Role of Economic Theory in Empirical Analysis>>

This session explores the role of economic theory in empirical analysis. Each presenter will begin with some general comments on the role of theory in empirical analysis, and then present a research paper to illustrate how the theory informs the empirical analysis. The presentation would not focus on the theoretical model per se nor the empirical results, but rather on how the one informs the other, i.e., the link between the two.

Organizers: Corbett Grainger, University of Wisconsin-Madison; JunJie Wu, Oregon State University

Moderator: JunJie Wu, Oregon State University

Combining Theoretical and Empirical Analysis to Evaluate Voluntary Environmental Programs with Spillover Effects
Kathleen Segerson, University of Connecticut

The Role of Theory for the Modern Empirical Researcher
David A. Keiser, Iowa State University

Quantifying Heat Waves and Their Effect on Economic Activity
Steve Miller, University of Minnesota

Reforming Cost-Benefit Analysis for Regulation: What are the Consequences?>>

This session reviews the history of C/B methods and applications, discusses alternative changes that might occur under the proposed reform, and assesses the consequences of these alternatives. This session will include a moderated discussion between the audience and the speakers.

Organizers: Otto C. Doering III, Purdue University; Leah H. Palm-Forster, University of Delaware

Moderator: Otto C. Doering III, Purdue University

A Short History of C/B Analysis and its Application
Wallace E. Tyner, Purdue University

What Are Some Suggested Changes in C/B and Their Consequences?
Cathy Kling, Cornell University

Do Current C/B Protocols Need Changing?
Ben Gramig, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

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