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Benjamin M Gramig

Agricultural Economics 

  • Associate Professor of Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
765.494.4324
Krannert Room 630

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Ben Gramig’s teaching and research activities are focused primarily on environmental and natural resource economics. He has a strong interest in the interface between agriculture and the environment, and his work is motivated by public policy and the role of human activity in environmental change.

Ben has previously worked in a consulting setting as part of an interdisciplinary team of researchers, and gained experience working with extension agents, commodity groups, farmers, environmental organizations, government agencies that oversee agri-environmental programs and elected officials while working in the Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy in Kentucky.

Awards & Honors

(2015) Partnership Award for Mission Integration. USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture.

(2015) TEAM Award. College of Agriculture, Purdue University.

Selected Publications

Horowitz, A., Moomaw, W., Liptzin, D., Gramig, B. M., Reeling, C. J., Meyer, J., & Hurley, K. (in press). A multiple metrics approach to prioritizing strategies for measuring and managing reactive nitrogen in the San Joaquin Valley of California. Environmental Research Letters.

Takle, E., Anderson, C., Andresen, J., Angel, J., Elmore, R., Gramig, B., Guinan, P., . . . Widhalm, M. (2014). Climate Forecasts for Corn Producer Decision Making. Earth Interactions, 18, 1-8. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/2013EI000541.1

Andrews, A., Clawson, R., Gramig, B. M., & Raymond, L. (in press). Finding the Right Value: Framing Effects on Domain Experts. Political Psychology.

Gramig, B., Reeling, C., Cibin, R., & Chaubey, I. (2013). Environmental and economic tradeoffs in a watershed when using corn stover for bioenergy. Environmental Science & Technology, 47(4), 1787-1791. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es303459h

Reimer, A., Gramig, B., & Prokopy, L. (2013). Farmers and conservation programs: Explaining differences in Environmental Quality Incentives Program applications between states. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 68(2), 110-119.

Sesmero, J., & Gramig, B. (2013). Farmers' Supply Response, Price of Corn Residue, and Its Economic Viability as an Energy Feedstock. BioEnergy Research, 6(2), 797-807. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12155-013-9300-0

Roucan-Kane, M., Gramig, B., Widmar, N. O., Ortega, D., & Gray, A. (2013). U.S. Agribusiness Companies and Product Innovation: Insights from a Choice Experiment Conducted with Agribusiness Executives. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 16(4), 123-140. Retrieved from https://www.ifama.org/publications/journal/vol16/cmsdocs/20120114_(6).pdf

Andrews, A., Clawson, R., Gramig, B., & Raymond, L. (2013). Why Do Farmers Adopt Conservation Tillage? An Experimental Investigation of Framing Effects. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 68(6), 501-511. Retrieved from http://www.jswconline.org/content/68/6/501.abstract

Reeling, C., & Gramig, B. (2012). A Novel Framework for Analysis of Cross-Media Environmental Effects from Agricultural Conservation Practices. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 146(12), 44-51. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167880911003422

Gramig, B., Barnard, J., & Prokopy, L. (2012). Farmer Beliefs about Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration Incentives. Climate Research, 56(2), 157-167. Retrieved from http://www.int-res.com/prepress/c01142.html