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Juan P Sesmero

Agricultural Economics 

  • Associate Professor
Krannert Room 591A
403 West State St
W Lafayette, IN 47907-2056

Dr. Juan Sesmero holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Juan's research and teaching activities are focused primarily on the economics of competition in agricultural markets, the economics of agricultural irrigation, and adaptation to and impact of climate change in agriculture. Juan's research received support from USDA-NIFA and the National Science Foundation. Most prominently, he is currently leading a USDA-NIFA (Markets and Trade) funded project that integrates theory, laboratory experiments, and econometrics to advance identification of structural parameters when the mode of competition among firms is uncertain.

Awards & Honors

(2016) Certificate of Recognition as Advisor of Second Best MS Thesis Award (Student: Whitney Hodde), Dep. Ag. Economics, Purdue University.

Selected Publications

Sesmero, J. P., Ricker-Gilbert, J., & Cook, A. (2018). How Do African Farm Households Respond to Changes in Current and Past Weather Patterns? A Structural Panel Data Analysis from Malawi. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 100(1), 115-144.

Sesmero, J. P., Balagtas, J. V., & Pratt, M. (in press). The Economics of Spatial Competition for Corn Stover. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Sesmero, J. P., Perrin, R., & Fulginiti, L. (2017). A Nonparametric Frontier Measure of Marketing Efficiency: An Illustration with Corn Ethanol Plants. Agribusiness: An International Journal.

Sesmero, J. (n.d.). Spatial Pricing in Uncontested Procurement Markets: Regulatory Implications. Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization.

Irfanoglu, Z., Sesmero, J. P., & Golub, A. A. (2015). Potential of border tax adjustments to deter free riding in international climate agreements. Environmental Research Letters, 10(2). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/2/024009

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

Sesmero, J. P., Pratt, M., & Tyner, W. E. (in press). Supply Response, Marginal Cost and Soil Erosion Implications of Stover-Based Energy. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy.

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. Energy Policy.

Sesmero, J. P., & Fulginiti, L. (2016). Sustainable Consumption with an Essential Exhaustible Resource Reconsidered. Theoretical Economic Letters.

Sun, X., Sesmero, J. P., & Schoengold, K. (in press). The role of cost-sharing and common pool problems in irrigation inefficiency: a case study in groundwater pumping in Mexico. Agricultural Economics.

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