Profile Image

Maria I Marshall

Agricultural Economics 

  • Professor of Ag Economics
765.494.4268
765.494.9178
Krannert Room 617
403 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Professor Maria Marshall conducts an applied research, teaching, and Extension program in small and family business management, food marketing, and entrepreneurship. Dr. Marshall received her M.A. from the University of Missouri, Kansas City and her Ph.D. in agricultural economics from Kansas State University.

 

Her research focuses on small business development and family business management. Her small and family business research is focused on areas such as the resource exchange between the household and the business, family business management, and marketing. She is particularly focused on the resource exchange between household and business when each system experiences a normative and non-normative shock.  Dr. Marshall’s outreach and teaching programs seek to increase economic development through entrepreneurship.

 

 

Awards & Honors

(2013) Honorable Mention, Best Paper in Family Business. United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

(2011) Seed for Success Award, Purdue University. Purdue University.

(2010) 2010 Partnership Award for Multistate Efforts with the National Food MarketMaker Project. USDA-NIFA.

(2010) Distinguished National Extension/Outreach Program Individual: Less Than 10 Years Experience Award. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.

(2009) Distinguished Extension/Outreach Program Award: Group. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.

(2008) Early Career Award. PUCESA.

(2008) Sustainable Agriculture Outreach Award. Hoosier Environmental Council.

(2007) Purdue Agriculture Dean's Team Award. College of Agriculture.

(2006) 2006 PUCESA Team Award. PUCESA.

(2006) Outstanding Ag Econ Extension Website InVenture. American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA).

Selected Publications

Josephson, A. L., & Marshall, M. I. (2016). The Demand for Post-Katrina Disaster Aid: SBA Disaster Loans and Small Businesses in Mississippi. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. doi:10.1111/1468-5973.12122

Marshall, M. I., Niehm, L. S., Sydnor, S. B., & Schrank, H. L. (2015). Predicting Small Business Demise after a Natural Disaster: An Analysis of Pre-Existing Conditions. Natural Hazards, 79, 331-354. doi:10.1007/s11069-015-1845-0

Josephson, A., & Marshall, M. (2014). The Effectiveness of Post-Katrina Disaster Aid: The Influence of SBA Loans on Small Businesses in Mississippi. The Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Institute for Infrastructure Resilience and Reconstruction (I3R2) 20-22 May 2014, 141-145.

Josephson, A. L., & Marshall, M. I. (2014). Goals of Small Rural Midwestern Family Businesses. (April Issue). Retrieved from https://ag.purdue.edu/agecon/Documents/PAER_April%202014.pdf

Lotter, D., Marshall, M., Weller, S., & Mugisha, A. (2014). African Indigenous and Traditional Vegetables in Tanzania: Production, Post-Harvest Management and Marketing. African Crop Science Journal, 22(3), 181-189.

Croft, M., Marshall, M., & Weller, S. (2014). Consumers’ Preference for Quality in Three African Indigenous Vegetables in Western Kenya. Journal of Agricultural Economics and Development, 3(5), 067-077.

Remble, A., Marshall, M., & Keeney, R. (2014). Household Saving Behavior and the Influence of Family-Owned Businesses. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 35(3), 411-422. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10834-013-9372-1

Marshall, M., & Flaig, A. (2014). Marriage, Children and Self-Employment: An Analysis of Self-Employed Women in the US. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 35(3), 313-322.

Marshall, M., & Schrank, H. (2014). Small Business Disaster Recovery-A Research Framework. Natural Hazards, 72(2), 597-616. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11069-013-1025-z

Veldstra, M., Alexander, C., & Marshall, M. (2014). To Certify or Not to Certify? Separating the Production and Certification Decisions. Food Policy, 49(2), 429-436.

Agricultural Economics, 403 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4191

© 2016 Purdue University | An equal access/equal opportunity university | Integrity Statement | Copyright Complaints | Maintained by Agricultural Communication

Trouble with this page? Disability-related accessibility issue? Please contact us at agweb@purdue.edu so we can help.

Sign In