Jeremy D. Foltz

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Biostatistics Biology, Agricultural Economics
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Simane B, Zaitchik BF, Foltz JD. (2016) Agroecosystem specific climate vulnerability analysis: application of the livelihood vulnerability index to a tropical highland region Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies For Global Change. 21: 39-65
Prager DL, Foltz JD, Barham BL. (2014) Making time for agricultural and life science research: Technical change and productivity gains American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 97: 743-761
Barham BL, Foltz JD, Prager DL. (2014) Making time for science Research Policy. 43: 21-31
Laris P, Foltz JD. (2014) Cotton as catalyst? the role of shifting fertilizer in Mali's silent maize revolution Human Ecology (Russian Federation). 42: 857-872
Foltz JD, Useche P, Barham BL. (2013) Bundling technology and insurance: Packages versus technology traits American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 95: 346-352
Useche P, Barham BL, Foltz JD. (2013) Trait-based adoption models using ex-ante and ex-post approaches American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 95: 332-338
Zaitchik BF, Simane B, Habib S, et al. (2012) Building climate resilience in the Blue Nile/Abay Highlands: a role for Earth system sciences. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 9: 435-61
Foltz JD, Gajigo O. (2012) Assessing the returns to education in The Gambia Journal of African Economies. 21: 580-608
Foltz JD, Barham BL, Chavas JP, et al. (2012) Efficiency and technological change at US research universities Journal of Productivity Analysis. 37: 171-186
Aldana U, Foltz JD, Barham BL, et al. (2011) Sequential adoption of package technologies: The dynamics of stacked trait corn adoption American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 93: 130-143
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