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Michael E Wetzstein

Agricultural Economics 

  • Professor
765.494.4244
KRAN Room 639

Awards & Honors

(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

Hao, N., Wetzstein, M., Colson, G., & Pedroni, P. (2017). The Linkage between the U.S. Ethanol Market and Developing Countries’ Maize Prices: A Panel SVAR Analysis. 48(5), 629-638.

Katare, B., Serebrennikov, D., Wang, H., & Wetzstein, M. (2017). Social-Optimal Household Food Waste: Taxes and Government Incentives. 99, 499-509.

Xian, H., Colson, G., Karali, B., & Wetzstein, M. (2017). Do nonrenewable-energy prices affect renewable-energy volatility? The case of wood pellets. 28, 42-48.

Mei, B., & Wetzstein, M. (2017). Burning wood pellets for electricity generation in the United States? A regime switching analysis. 65(C), 434-441.

Qiu, Y., Colson, G., & Wetzstein, M. (2017). Risk preference and adverse selectin for participation in time-of-use electricity pricing programs. 47, 126-142.

Stutzman, S., Weiland, B., Preckel, P., & Wetzstein, M. (2017). Optimal replacement policies for an uncertain rejuvenated asset. 185, 21-33.

Angioloni, S., Kurgyzstan, Z., Ames, G., & Wetzstein, M. (2017). Household Allocation of Microfinance Credit in Kyrgyzstan.

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