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2013 AAEA: Crop Insurance and the Farm Bill Symposium

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157827: Analyzing Federal Farm Program and Crop Insurance Options to Assess Policy Design and Risk Management Implications for Crop Producers Downloads
Bradley Lubben, Matthew Stockton, Iuliia Protopop and Jim Jansen
157812: Examining Contemporaneous Farm and County Losses Using Farm Level Data Downloads
Carl R. Zulauf, Vecdi Demircan, Gary Scnhitkey, Barnaby, Glenn Arthur,, Gregg Ibendahl and Kevin Herbel
157282: The Demand for Crop Insurance: How Important are the Subsidies? Downloads
Erik O'Donoghue
156958: Challenging Belief in the Law of Small Numbers Downloads
Keith Coble, Barry Barnett and John Michael Riley
156945: Adjusting Crop Insurance APH Calculation to Accommodate Biomass Production Downloads
Joseph Dolginow, Raymond E. Massey, Brent Myers and Newell Kitchen
156936: Crop Insurance for Energy Grasses Downloads
Ruiqing Miao and Madhu Khanna
156845: Institutional Barries to an Insurance-Based Farm Safety Net Downloads
John A. Anderson, Robert Young and Todd Davis
156836: Impact of Crop Insurance Indemnity Payments on Cash Rents and Land Values Downloads
Michael Langemeier
156826: Analysis of the STAX and SCO Programs for Cotton Producers Downloads
Jody L. Campiche
156825: Accounting for Weather Probabilities in Crop Insurance Rating Downloads
Keith Coble, Mary Frances Miller, Roderick Rejesus, Ryan Boyles, Barry Goodwin and Thomas O. Knight
156824: Managing Specialty Crop Risk in North Carolina: A Working Paper Downloads
James Robinson, Scott Marlow and Michelle Madeley
156821: Revenue Risk, Crop Insurance and Forward Contracting Downloads
Cory Walters and Richard Preston
156789: Soil Matters: How the Federal Crop Insurance Program should be reformed to encourage low-risk farming methods with high-reward environmental outcomes Downloads
Claire O'Connor
156753: Evaluating the Interaction between Farm Programs with Crop Insurance and Producers' Risk Preferences Downloads
Todd D. Davis, John Anderson and Robert E. Young
156713: Moove Over: Will New Government-Sponsored Dairy Margin Insurance Crowd Out Private Market Risk Management Tools? Downloads
Christopher Wolf, Marin Bozic, John Newton and Cameron Thraen
156704: Analysis of the Supplemental Coverage Option Downloads
Scott Gerlt and Patrick Westhoff
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