Farm Management Tour: July 17, 2024

Learn about innovative farm management strategies, new technologies for improving efficiency and productivity, ways to ensure a successful transition of farm operations to the next generation. Join us at the 91st annual Purdue Farm Management Tour and reception honoring the 2024 Indiana Master Farmers in Randolph County (Winchester), Indiana on Wednesday, July 17th.

Maria Marshall

Maria Marshall

Professor, Jim & Lois Ackerman Endowed Chair, Department of Agricultural Economics; Director, North Central Regional Center for Rural Development; and Director, Purdue Institute for Family Business, Purdue University

Maria Marshall

EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS

RECENT PRESENTATIONS

SELECTED RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Marshall, M. I., & Schrank, H. (2020). Sink or Swim? Impacts of Management Strategies on Small Business Survival and Recovery. SustainabilityView Publication

Wiatt, R., Lee, Y., Marshall, M. I., & Zuiker, V. (2020). The Effect of Cash Flow Problems and Resource Intermingling on Business Recovery and Resilience after a Natural Disaster. Journal of Family and Economic IssuesView Publication

Carriere, D. E., Marshall, M. I., & Binkley, J. K. (2019). Response to Economic Shock: Impacts of Recession on Rural-Urban Suicides in the United States. Journal of Rural Health, 35(2), pp. 253-261. View Publication

Li, W., & Marshall, M. I. (2019). Gender and Business Owner Satisfaction: The Case of Farm and Non-Farm Family Businesses in the Midwest. Journal of Family Busines Management , 9(4), pp. 416-428. View Publication

Torres Bravo, A. P., Marshall, M. I., & Sydnor, S. B. (2019). Does Social Capital Pay Off? The Case of Small Business Resilience After Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 27(2), pp. 168-181. View Publication

McDonald, T. M., & Marshall, M. I. (2018). Family Business Responses to Household and Business Cash-Flow Problems. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 39(1), pp. 163-176. View Publication

Hiramatsu, T., & Marshall, M. I. (2018). The Long-Term Impact of Disaster Loans: The Case of Small Businesses after Hurricane Katrina. Sustainability, 10(7), p. 2364.

Sydnor, S. B., Niehm, L., Lee, Y., Marshall, M. I., & Schrank, H. (2017). Analysis of post-disaster damage and disruptive impacts on the operating status of small businesses after Hurricane Katrina. NATURAL HAZARDS, 85(3), pp. 1637-1663. View Publication

Josephson, A. L., & Marshall, M. I. (2016). The Demand for Post-Katrina Disaster Aid: SBA Disaster Loans and Small Businesses in Mississippi. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 24(4), pp. 267-274. View Publication

Marshall, M., & Schrank, H. (2014). Small Business Disaster Recovery-A Research Framework. Natural Hazards, 72(2), pp. 597-616.