2019 Allied Social Sciences Association (ASSA) Annual Meeting, January 4-6, 2019, Atlanta, Georgia
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- 281174: USMCA, Supply Management, Suspension Agreements, and Retaliatory Tariffs
- Troy G. Schmitz and James L. Seale
- 281173: Crop Insurance and Food Security: Evidence from Rice Farmers in Eastern India
- Thiagu Ranganathan, Ashok K. Mishra and Anjani Kumar
- 281172: What do you mean by ‘informed consent’? Household survey ethics in development research
- Anna Josephson and Melinda Smale
- 281171: Beyond the IRB: Towards a typology of research ethics in applied economics
- Jeffrey Michler, William Masters and Anna Josephson
- 281170: Rural food markets and child nutrition
- Derek Headey, Kalle Hirvonen, John Hoddinott and David Stifel
- 281169: Dairy markets and child nutrition in the developing world
- Derek Headey, William J. Martin and David Laborde
- 281168: The Right to Food in the U.S.: The Role of SNAP
- Craig Gunderson
- 281167: The Great Bee Migration: Supply Analysis of Honey Bee Colony Shipments into California for Almond Pollination Services
- Brittney Goodrich, Jeffrey Williams and Rachael Goodhue
- 281166: Does Colony Loss Reduce Honey Yields?
- Peyton Ferrier
- 281165: The Gender Pay Gap in Academia: Evidence from The Ohio State University
- Joyce Chen and Daniel Crown
- 281164: Economics of the supply functions for pollination and honey: Marginal costs and supply elasticity
- Daniel Sumner and Antoine Champetier
- 281163: Why are nutritious foods so expensive? Economic development and the cost of nutritious diets
- Robel Alemu, Steven A. Block, Derek Headey, Yan Bai and William Masters
- 281162: Liquidity constraints, risk preferences and farmers’ willingness to participate in crop insurance programs in Ghana
- Awudu Abdulai, Renan Goetz, Williams Ali and Victor Owusu