Dr. Ariel Singerman

Dr. Ariel Singerman

Education

Ph.D. in Economics, Iowa State University, 2011

Fields of Interest

Agricultural Economics and Applied Econometrics

Publications

Singerman, A., S.H. Lence, and P. Useche. 2017. Uncertainty Undermines Area-Wide Pest Management for Citrus Greening in Florida. Choices. Quarter 3.

Singerman, A., S.H. Lence and P. Useche. 2017. Is Area-Wide Pest Management Useful? The Case of Citrus Greening. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (forthcoming)

Singerman, A., P. Useche. 2017. Florida Citrus Growers First Impressions on Genetically Modified Trees. AgBioForum (20)1: 67-83

Singerman, A., S.H. Lence and A. Kimble Evans. 2014. How Related are the Prices of Organic and Conventional Corn and Soybean? Agribusiness: An International Journal. 30(3): 309–330
  
Singerman, A., C. Hart and S.H. Lence. 2012. Revenue Protection for Organic Producers: Too Much or Too Little? Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 37(3): 415-434

Singerman, A., K. Delate, C. Chase, C. Greene, M. Livingston, S.H. Lence and C. Hart. 2012. Profitability of Organic and Conventional Soybean Producers under 'Green Payments' in carbon offset programs. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems,      27(4): 266-277