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James S Eales

Agricultural Economics 

  • Professor of Agricultural Economics
765.494.4212
Krannert Room 636

Professor Eales' recent publications include: "The Relation Between Dietary Change and Rising U.S. Obesity" (with Jim Binkley and Mark Jekanowski) in the International Journal of Obesity (2000), "On the Estimation of An Implicitly Additive Demand System" (with John Cranfield, Tom Hertel, and Paul Preckel) in the Applied Economics (2000), "The Impact of Negativity on Separability Testing" (with Jason Henderson) in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2001), "Competitive Behavior of National Brands: The Case of Orange Juice" (with Jim Binkley, Mark Jekanowski, and Ryan Dooley) in Agribusiness (2001), "Convenience, Accessibility, and the Demand for Fast Food." (with Mark Jekanowski and Jim Binkley) in the Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2001), and "Estimating Consumer Demands across the Development Spectrum: Maximum Likelihood Estimates of an Implicit Direct Additivity Model" (with John Cranfield, Paul Preckel, and Tom Hertel) in the Journal of Development Economics (2002). “Model Selection when Estimating and Predicting Consumer Demands using International Cross-Section Data.” (with John Cranfield, Paul Preckel, and Tom Hertel) in Empirical Economics (2003). “Vertical Differentiation in Theory and Practice: an Empirical Note.” (with Jim Binkley) in the Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization (2003). “Projecting World Food Demand Using Alternative Demand Systems.” (with Wusheng Yu, Paul Preckel, and Tom Hertel) in Economic Modeling (2004). “Simultaneous Estimation of an Implicit Directly Additive Demand System and the Distribution of Expenditure – an Application of Maximum Entropy.” (with John Cranfield, Paul Preckel, and Tom Hertel) in Economic Modeling (2004). "An Empirical Analysis of the Determinants of Success of Food and Agribusiness E-Commerce Firms." (with Fernando Mantealegre and Sally Thompson) in International Food and Agribusiness Management Review (2007). "Import Demand for Dairy Products in Cote d'Ivoire." (with Jean Coulibaly, Joe Balagtas, and I. Diarra.) Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development (2007). “Maintaining Parameter Invariance in Seemingly Unrelated Regressions Estimation.” (with Jay Lillywhite and Paul Preckel) in Applied Economic Letters (2008). “Demand for Meat in China.” (with Ortega, D., H. Wang) in China Agricultural Review (2009).“Food demand in Brazil: an application of Shonkwiler & Yen two-step estimation method.” (with Alexandre Coelho and Danilo Aguiar) in Estudos Economicos (USP. Impresso)(2010).“Destination Image as Quantified Media Messages: The Effect of News on Tourism Demand.” (with Svetlana Stepchenkova) in the Journal of Travel Research (2011)."Food and Consumer Economics." (with Laurian Unnevehr, Helen Jensen, Jason Lusk, Jean McCluskey, and Jean Kinsey) in the American  Journal of Agricultural Economics (2010). “Demand Elasticities for Fresh Fruit at the Retail Level.” (with Cathy Durham) in Applied Economics (2010).

Selected Publications

Unnevehr, L., Eales, J. S., Jensen, H., Lusk, J., McCluskey, J., & Kinsey, J. (in press). Food and Consumer Economics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, (91).

Ortega, D., Wang, H., & Eales, J. S. (2009). Demand for Meat in China. China Agricultural Review, 1(r), 410-19.

Coelho, A., & Eales, J. S. (in press). Food demand in Brazil: an application of Shonkwiler & Yen two-step estimation method. Estudos Economicos.

Stepchenkova, S., & Eales, J. S. (in press). Quantifying Media Messages: Effect of News on Tourism Demand. Journal of Travel Research.

Lillywhite, J. M., Eales, J. S., & Preckel, P. V. (2004).

Lillywhite, J. M., Eales, J. S., & Preckel, P. V. (2004). Maintaining Parameter Invariance in Censored Micro-Level Data: A Note. American Journal of Agricultural Economics.

Cranfield, J. A. L., Eales, J. S., Hertel,, T. W., & Preckel, P. V. (2004). Simultaneous Estimation of an Implicit Directly Additive Demand System and the Distribution of Expenditure – an Application of Maximum Entropy. Economic Modeling, 21, 361-385.

Eales, J. S., Hertel, T. W., Preckel,, P. V., & J. S. E. (2004). Projecting World Food Demand Using Alternative Demand Systems. Economic Modeling, 21, 99-129.

Cranfield, J. A. L., Eales, J. S., Hertel,, T. W., & Preckel, P. V. (2003). Model Selection when Estimating and Predicting Consumer Demands using International Cross-Section Data. Empirical Economics, 28(2), 353-364.

Eales, J. S., & Binkley, J. K. (2003). Vertical Differentiation in Theory and Practice: an Empirical Note. Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, 1(1). Retrieved from http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol1/iss1/art16/