Priorities & Solutions
Priorities and Solutions Project Update
The Priorities and Solutions Project seeks your input on the draft content of the project report. We continue to seek your feedback on the draft. Although the content should reflect the conversations at the workshop, the audience for the final documents is broad. The main audience here is not peers in our profession, but rather, external stakeholders, policy makers, and agencies. We seek your input as to how to make these priority areas appealing to many different contacts across government and partners.
We want to make sure they are inspiring and engaging. Much progress has been made, but there is still more work to be done. Your input is important.
Input is due by Tuesday, September 6.
The full draft Priorities and Solutions document can be found here. A survey monkey for input on the Priorities and Solutions draft can be completed here.
Thank you to those who attended the Priorities and Solutions Project Update at the AAEA Annual Meeting.
Please see the YouTube Videos linked below to view the presentations at the event.
Remarks on the Agricultural and Applied Economics Research Ecosystem by Mary Bohman, USDA ERS Administrator
Understanding Consumer Preferences and Behavior Will Enhance Consumer Wellbeing: Abby Okrent, USDA Economic Research Service
U.S. Food Insecurity Exacerbates Human Health Costs: Norbert Wilson, Auburn University
Development and Trade Can Reduce Social Conflict in Developing Countries: Will Martin, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
Data from Traditional and New Digital Sources Are Needed for Decision Making: Keith Coble, Mississippi State University
Jayson Lusk, AAEA President
Scott Swinton, AAEA Incoming President
Jill McCluskey, AAEA Past President
Priorities and Solutions Project – Provocateur Webinars
As part of the agricultural and applied economic priorities and solutions project, we are going to host
webinars to encourage greater engagement in the ideas presented at the workshop. Please consider
attending to hear more about these innovative and forward-thinking ideas! All webinars were recorded
and are available on the C-FARE YouTube Channel.
Madhu Khanna, Professor of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois at
Mike Woods, Chair of the Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University
Will Martin, Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute. Dr. Martin is also President of the International Association of Agricultural Economists.
Keith Coble, a W.L. Giles Distinguished Professor of Agricultural Economics, Mississippi State
James Vercammen, Professor of Food and Resource Economics, University of British Columbia
Jayson Lusk, Regents Professor and Willard Sparks Endowed Chair, Oklahoma State University