The Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (PAER) exists to serve and further the core mission of the department to engage with real world problems that are of value to stakeholders. The scholarship communicated in this publication will represent the department’s excellence in creative endeavor for new knowledge and its dissemination in the economics of agriculture and natural resources.
With the U.S. re-entering the Paris Agreement on Climate, Purdue researchers, Maksym Chepeliev and Dominique van der Mensbrugghe, consider the economic consequences for the US economy. Their findings show economic costs can be moderated (and inequality reduced) under a cooperative approach to meeting carbon reduction targets.VIEW THE FULL REPORT >>
Author: Larry DeBoer, Professor of Agricultural Economics
Author: Todd Kuethe, Associate Professor and Schrader Endowed Chair in Farmland Economics
Author: Russell Hillberry, Professor of Agricultural Economics
Authors: Roman Keeney, Associate Professor
Author: Nicole Olynk-Widmar, Professor of Agricultural Economics
Author: Jayson L. Lusk, Department Head and Distinguished Professor of Agricultural Economics