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Michael S Delgado

Agricultural Economics 

  • Assistant Professor of Ag Economics
KRAN Room 635

Michael Delgado received his Ph.D. in economics from Binghamton University. His research focuses on application of semiparametric and nonparametric econometrics to environmental and developmental issues. Some recent research has focused on econometric analyses of pollution prevention programs, private provision of environmental public goods, and the effects of education and foreign investment on economic development in developing countries.

Awards & Honors

(2015) Best Article of the Year. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review.

Selected Publications

Sun, S., Delgado, M., & Sesmero, J. (2016). Dynamic Adjustment in Agricultural Practices to Economic Incentives Aiming to Decrease Fertilizer Application. Journal of Environmental Management, 177, 192-201.

Delgado, M., Harriger, J., & Khanna, N. (2015). The Value of Environmental Status Signaling. Ecological Economics, 111(1), 1-11.

Delgado, M., Henderson, D., & Parmeter, C. (2014). Does Education Matter for Economic Growth? Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 76(3), 334-359.

Wang, H., Wang, Y., & Delgado, M. (2014). The Transition to Modern Agriculture: Contract Farming in Developing Countries. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 96(5), 1257-1271.