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Wallace E Tyner

Agricultural Economics 

  • James & Lois Ackerman Professor
765.494.0199
Krannert Room 591B

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Long CV

Professor Tyner's recent research interests are in the area of climate, energy, agricultural, and natural resource policy analysis. His work in energy economics has encompassed oil, natural gas, coal, oil shale, biomass, biofuels from agricultural sources, and solar and wind energy. Much of his recent work has focused on economic and policy analysis for biofuels and the interplay between biofuels policies and other energy policies. He has over 330 professional papers including three books and 115+ journal papers, published abstracts, and book chapters.  His work has been cited over 5,700 times according to Google Scholar with an h index of 34 and i10 index of 97. His current research focuses on renewable energy policy issues and the links among energy, agriculture, and climate change.  He was Co-chair of the National Academy of Science Committee on the Economic and Environmental Impacts of Biofuels (2011).  In 2016, he chaired a National Academy panel on advanced biofuels. He teaches a graduate course in benefit-cost analysis, which incorporates risk into the economic and financial analysis of investment projects. 

Dr. Tyner and his students have received numerous awards from Purdue, the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA), and others. In 2005 he received the AAEA Distinguished Policy Contribution Award. In 2007 he received the “Energy Patriot Award” from Senator Richard Lugar. In 2009, he was named the Outstanding Graduate Educator in the College of Agriculture, received the College Team award (with colleagues) for biofuels research, and received (with Abbott and Hurt) the AAEA Quality of Communication award.  In 2013, he received the AAEA Distinguished Graduate Teaching award. In addition, in 2015, he received the Purdue Morrill award for outstanding career accomplishments that have had impact on society and the Honorary Life Member award (their highest honor and equivalent to fellow) from the International Association of Agricultural Economists. In 2017 Tyner was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

Recent publications and selected presentations can be found under the papers tab. Two versions of the CV are also found under tabs above, one a complete CV, and the other focusing more recent research.

Awards & Honors

(2015) Honorary Life Member (equivalent to Fellow). International Association of Agricultural Economics.

(2015) Morrill Award. Purdue University.

(2016) American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow. American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Selected Publications

Taheripour, F., Fiegel, J., & Tyner, W. E. (2016). Development of Corn Stover Biofuel: Impacts on Corn and Soybean Markets and Crop Rotation. Sustainable Agriculture Research, 5(1), 9. doi:10.5539/sar.v5n1p1

Input-output life cycle environmental assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from utility scale wind energy in the United States. (2016). Energy Policy, 89, 294-301.

Zhao, X., Yao, G., & Tyner, W. E. (2016). Quantifying breakeven price distributions in stochastic techno-economic analysis. Applied Energy, 183, 318-326.

Bonner, I. J., McNunn, G., Tyner, W. E., Leirer, J., Muth, Jr., D. J., & Dakins, M. (2016). Development of integrated bioenergy production systems using precision-conservation and multi-criteria decision analysis techniques. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 71(3), 182-193.

Sarica, K., & Tyner, W. E. (2016). Economic Impacts of Increased US Exports of Natural Gas: An Energy System Perspective. MDPI AG, 9(6). doi:10.3390/en9060401

Sesmero, J. P., Jung, J., & Tyner, W. E. (2016). The effect of current and prospective policies on photovoltaic system economics: An application to the US Midwest. ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 93, 80-95. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2016.02.042

Perkis, D. F., Cason, T. N., & Tyner, W. E. (2016). An Experimental Investigation of Hard and Soft Price Ceilings in Emissions Permit Markets. SPRINGER, 63(4, SI), 703-718. doi:10.1007/s10640-014-9810-z

Kumar, I., Tyner, W. E., & Sinha, K. C. (2016). Input-output life cycle environmental assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from utility scale wind energy in the United States. ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 89, 294-301. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2015.12.004

Simmons, R. A., Shaver, G. M., Tyner, W. E., & Garimella, S. V. (2015). A benefit-cost assessment of new vehicle technologies and fuel economy in the U.S. market. Applied Energy, 157, 940-952.

O’Rear, E. G., Sarica, K., & Tyner, W. E. (2015). Analysis of impacts of alternative policies aimed at increasing US energy independence and reducing GHG emissions. Transport Policy, 37, 121-133.

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