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John G Lee

Agricultural Economics 

  • Professor
Krannert Room 605

Dr. Lee primarily researches in the area of natural resource economics. His specialty areas include water resource economics, soil and water conservation policy, and assessment of agricultural and environmental risk.

His current research is focused on linking international trade and the enviromen. This work ranges from the potential impact of livestock diseases to multifuncionality in trade trade negotiations.

Dr. Lee teaches AGEC 200 "Introduction to Agricultural Economics," AGEC 604 "Fundementals of Welfare Economics," and AGEC 616 "Natural Resource Economics and Policy."

Awards & Honors

(2004) Outstanding Journal Article in the Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. Southern Agricultural Economics Association.

Selected Publications

Byrd, E., Lee, J. G., & Widmar, N. J. (2017). Perceptions of Hunting and Hunters by U.S. Respondents. Animals, 7(11), 15.

Byrd, E., Widmar, N. J., Yeager, E., & Lee, J. G. (n.d.). Identifying Wildlife Species Believed to be Deserving of Protection from Hunting by U.S. Residents. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 22(1), 1-8. doi:10.1080/10871209.2017.1318323

Dynamic Effect of Drought on the U.S. Beef Supply Chain. (2016). 45(3), 459-484.

Springer, M., Carver, A., Nielsen, C., Correa, N., & Lee, J. (2012). Relative Abundance of mammalian Species in Central Panamanian Rainforest. Latin American Journal of Conservaion, 2(2), 19-26.

English, A., & Lee, J. G. (2012). Deer and Elk Farming in Indiana: Opportunities for Rural Communities. Purdue Agricultural Economics Report, 5-8.

Byrd, E. S., Widmar, N. J., & Lee, J. G. (in press). Non-Amenable Meat Consumption, Sale, and Regulation: Bison, Beef and BAMBI, Oh My! All Meats are Not Created Equal. Drake Journal of Agricultural Law.

Thurau, R., Carver, A., & Lee, J. (2005). A Spatially Explicit Approach to Economic Impact Assessment Modleing: Application in the Urban Rural Interface. International conference: Emerging Issues Along the Urban/Rural Interfaces: Linking Science and Soci, 235-241.

Paarlberg, P., Lee, J., & Seitzinger, A. (2005). Economic Impacts of Foreign Animal Disease.

Paarlberg, P., Lee, J., & Seitzinger, A. (2005). Economic Impacts of Foreign Animal Disease.

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