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January 2023, Issue 1

AAEA Deadlines    

January 17, 2023

February 8, 2023




The 2023 AAEA Fellows Class will receive their award at the 2023 AAEA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. In alphabetical order. The class is as follows:

Marc Bellemare,
University of Minnesota

Keith Fuglie,
USDA-Economic Research Service

Elena Irwin,
The Ohio State University

David Pannell,
University of Western Australia

Dawn Thilmany,
Colorado State University

Holly Wang,
Purdue University

Open Calls for the 2023 AAEA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

January 17

February 8

People Section

  • University of California, Davis
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Texas A&M University
  • West Virginia University

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Other News

Workshop in “Survey Design & Experimental Methods in Applied and Agricultural Economics”

The workshop will cover theoretical and practical knowledge regarding surveys and experimental methods. In addition, delegates will be familiarized with state-of-the-art software, and will design their own practice experiment through hands-on training.

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Anti-Harassment and Code of Conduct Policy

AAEA is committed to the fair, ethical treatment of all of its members and all other individuals participating in AAEA activities or activities connected with, or related to, AAEA activities, while providing an atmosphere that promotes a variety of research, teaching and extension/outreach activities. The AAEA has zero tolerance for, and prohibits any type of, discrimination or harassment, including sexual harassment, within the organization, at professional meetings, in the field, or anywhere professional activities are conducted under the aegis of the AAEA. View the Policy.