November 2023, Issue 23
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We will have a good slate of sessions at the ASSA meetings in San Antonio on January 5-7, 2024. Upon the recommendation of the TW Schultz Committee, we invited Jeff Wooldridge of Michigan State University as the TW Schultz Memorial Lecture and Awardee. Jeff Wooldridge is a University Distinguished Professor of Economics at Michigan State University and a Fellow of the Econometrics Society. His TW Schultz lecture will be held on Friday, January 5, 2024 (typically starts at 6 pm) in San Antonio. The title of his lecture is “Regression-Based Strategies for Heterogeneous Treatment Effects with Staggered Interventions.” This would be of great interest to those interested in causal inference work. Jeff has more recently been working on extensions to two-way fixed effects. Lately, he has also been able to develop a framework that allows various estimators with extra cross-sectional controls or time period controls.
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Applied Economics and Teaching Resources is calling for manuscripts about use of artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics in undergraduate and graduate education in the classroom and across the academy. Submissions of case studies, teaching and extension scholarship and research, educational innovations and methods, extension education innovations and methods, and commentaries about use of artificial intelligence, including use of large language models (LLMs) and platforms, such as ChatGPT, Bing AI, Bard, amongst other, and data analytics in undergraduate and graduate education, extension education, and other learning venues in institutions of higher learning. This special issue is open to a wide array of topics related to artificial intelligence and data analytics across the agricultural and applied economics and agribusiness and management economics disciplines. Topics may include but are not limited to innovative use of AI and data analytics in the classroom; innovative data analytic teaching modules and teaching case studies; teaching case studies about the impact of AI on agriculture, the agricultural industry and society; ethical and academic concerning the use of AI in the academy; assessments of AI for different learning outcomes and tasks; and use of AI and data analytics in extension education programming.
The Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont (UVM) seeks exceptional PhD applicants to start Fall 2024 and conduct interdisciplinary research on global environmental challenges. Applications are due January 15, 2024.
Call for Abstract Submissions
In 2021, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development released their report Making Better Policies for Food Systems, which documented that since 1960, global food production increased 390%, while the amount of land used to produce food increased by 10% and food systems account for 21-37% of GHG emissions. The OECD went on to say that agriculture is facing the triple challenge of providing adequate, affordable, safe and nutritious food for the growing population, providing livelihoods all along the food value chain and doing so while increasing the sector’s sustainability and contributing to combatting climate change. Meeting these challenges will require innovations that improve crop productivity, as well as contributing to a circular bioeconomy.
June 9 – 11, 2024 | Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Program Committee: Chair and President-Elect Donna Ramirez Harrington (University of Vermont, firstname.lastname@example.org), and Selected Paper Committee Chair Christina McGranaghan (University of Delaware email@example.com).
NAREA invites abstracts for selected papers and posters to be presented at its 2024 Annual Meeting to be held in Rehoboth Beach, DE. We welcome submissions in all areas of resource, environmental, and agricultural economics and encourage submissions from a diversity of scholars—faculty, post-docs, students and other professionals— and especially from those who are under-represented in the economics profession.
Where to Submit: Abstracts for the annual meeting should be submitted through NAREA’s Annual Meeting submission system
Individual Selected Papers and Posters: Submission Deadline: February 10, 2024
Measuring and Enhancing Resilience of United States Rural Communities in the Context of Climate Variability
Theme: Resilience describes the ability of an individual or community to anticipate, absorb, and recover from a negative shock. This workshop is motivated by the need to better understand the implications of increasing climate variability for the resilience of communities in the United States, acknowledging that implications can be either direct, such as the impacts of negative shock events on individuals and communities where they occur, or indirect, such as impacts on communities connected or adjacent to those experiencing shocks.
Date: February 6-9, 2024
Description: Theme: Grand Challenges at the Frontier of Applied Economics
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