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Michael E Wetzstein

Agricultural Economics 

  • Professor
KRAN Room 639

Awards & Honors

(2018) Energies Journal 10th Anniversary Best Paper Award. Energies Journal.

(2014) Bioenergy Systems Research Institute Dedicated Service Award.

(2014) Class of 2014 Career Development Award.

(2013) NationalUSDA Food & Agricultural Sc. Excellence in Teaching Award.

(2013) Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher.

(2012) Outstanding Graduate Faculty Teacher.

(2011) 2nd prize philosophy and social science research.

(2010) Guest Professor, Economics. Zhejiang University.

(2010) Outstanding instructor recognition at Honors Day Ceremony.

(2010) SAEA 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Selected Publications

Wetzstein, M. E. (2018). Is Fresh Food Shopping Sticky to Retail Channels and Online Platforms? Evidence and Implications in the Digital Era.

Wetzstein, M. E. (in press). Biodiesel investment in a disruptive tax-credit policy environment.

Wetzstein, M. E. (in press). Can Economic Incentive Help in Reducing Food Waste: Experimental Evidence from a University Dining Hall. Applied Economic Letters.

Liu, S. N., Colson, G. N., & Hao, N. (n.d.). Toward an optimal household solar subsidy: a social-technical approach. Energy, 147, 377-387. Retrieved from Dept. of Ag. and Applied Econ.

Stutzman, S. A., Weiland, B. J., Preckel, P. V., & Wetzstein, M. E. (2017). Optimal replacement policies for an uncertain rejuvenated asset. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRODUCTION ECONOMICS, 185, 21-33. doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2016.12.018

Katare, B., Serebrennikov, D., Wang, H. H., & Wetzstein, M. E. (2017). SOCIAL-OPTIMAL HOUSEHOLD FOOD WASTE: TAXES AND GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 99(2), 499-509. doi:10.1093/ajae/aaw114

Hao, N., Pedroni, P., Colson, G., & Wetzstein, M. E. (2017). The linkage between the US ethanol market and developing countries' maize prices: a panel SVAR analysis. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, 48(5), 629-638. doi:10.1111/agec.12362

Qiu, Y., Colson, G., & Wetzstein, M. E. (2017). Risk preference and adverse selection for participation in time-of-use electricity pricing programs. RESOURCE AND ENERGY ECONOMICS, 47, 126-142. doi:10.1016/j.reseneeco.2016.12.003

Xian, H., Colson, G., Karali, B., & Wetzstein, M. E. (2017). Do nonrenewable-energy prices affect renewable-energy volatility? The case of wood pellets. JOURNAL OF FOREST ECONOMICS, 28, 42-48. doi:10.1016/j.jfe.2017.05.004

Mei, B., & Wetzstein, M. E. (2017). Burning wood pellets for US electricity generation? A regime switching analysis. ENERGY ECONOMICS, 65, 434-441. doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2017.05.025

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