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  1. Ben Gramig

    Associate ProfessorDept. of Ag and Consumer EconomicsUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


  2. Iman Haqiqi

    Senior Research Economist at the Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, interested in environmental and natural resource economics with a focus on climate change and water resources.


  3. Quantifying the uncertainties in estimating the heterogeneous effects of carbon taxes on labor, land, water, and fertilizer use in US agriculture

    17 May 2023 | Contributor(s):: Iman Haqiqi

    Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the 2023 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC; July 23-25, 2023 Potential carbon taxes will have spatially heterogeneous impacts on agriculture. The magnitude of impacts depends on 1) the direct and...

  4. The Value of Water in US Agriculture: integrating spatially and temporally heterogeneous hydroclimatic and economic data

    04 Jun 2023 | Datasets | Contributor(s):

    By Iman Haqiqi

    Purdue University

    The gridded estimate of the value of water for irrigated agriculture in the United States for 75,651 grid cells (at 5 arc-min resolution) given the technology, prices, and weather conditions around...


  5. Water Supply Elasticity for US Agriculture: Using Groundwater Extraction and Recharge Rates

    05 Jun 2023 | Datasets | Contributor(s):

    By Iman Haqiqi

    Purdue University

    New estimates of downscaled gridded water supply elasticity are provided for 75,651 grid cells (at 5 arc-min resolution) for the United States agriculture given the groundwater irrigation and...