Publications

Selected Publications (View all Swinton’s publications on Google Scholar sorted by year)

Swinton, S.M. 2018. “Why Should I Believe Your Applied Economics?” Agricultural and Applied Economics Association 2017 Presidential address. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 100(2):381-391.

Khanna, M., S.M. Swinton, and K.D. Messer 2018. “Sustaining our Natural Resources in the Face of Increasing Societal Demands on Agriculture: Directions for Future Research.” Applied Economics Perspectives and Policy 40(1):38-59.

Swinton, S.M. and B. Van Deynze. 2017. “Hoes to Herbicides: Economics of Evolving Weed Management in the United States.” European Journal of Development Research 29(3): 560-574.

Swinton, S. M., S. Tanner, B. L. Barham, D. F. Mooney and T. Skevas. 2017. “How Willing Are Landowners to Supply Land to Grow Bioenergy Crops in the Northern Great Lakes Region?Global Change Biology – Bioenergy 9: 414-428.

Palm-Forster, L.H., S.M. Swinton, T. Redder, J.V. DePinto, and C. Boles. 2016. “Using Conservation Auctions Informed by Environmental Performance Models to Reduce Agricultural Nutrient Flows into Lake Erie.” Journal of Great Lakes Research 42(6): 1357-1371.

Barham, B.L., D. Mooney, and S.M. Swinton. 2016. “Inconvenient Truths about Landowner (Un)Willingness to Grow Bioenergy Crops on Marginal Lands.” Choices 31(4).

Palm-Forster, L.H., S.M. Swinton, F. Lupi and R.S. Shupp. 2016. “Too Burdensome to Bid: Transaction Costs and Pay-for-Performance Conservation.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98(5): 1314-1333.

Garnache, C., S.M. Swinton, J. Herriges, F. Lupi, and J. Stevenson. 2016. “Solving the Phosphorus Pollution Puzzle: Synthesis and Directions for Future Research.American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98(5): 1334-1359.

Egbendewe-Mondzozo, A., S.M. Swinton, S. Kung, M.W. Post, J.C. Binfield and W. Thompson 2015. “Bioenergy Supply and Environmental Impacts on Cropland: Insights from Multi-market Forecasts in a Great Lakes Subregional Bioeconomic Model.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 37(4): 602-618.

Robertson, G. Philip, K.L. Gross, S.K. Hamilton, D. A. Landis, T.M. Schmidt, S. S. Snapp and S. M. Swinton. 2014.  Farming for Ecosystem Services: An Ecological Approach to Production Agriculture.  BioScience (May 2014) 64 (5): 404-415. http://doi:10.1093/biosci/biu037  

Ma, S., S.M. Swinton, F. Lupi, and C.B. Jolejole-Foreman. 2012. “Farmers’ Willingness to Participate in Payment-for-Environmental-Services Programs.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 63(3):604-626.

Ma, S. and S.M. Swinton. 2011. “Valuation of Ecosystem Services from Rural Landscapes Using Agricultural Land Prices.” Ecological Economics 70(9): 1649-1659.

Song, F., J. Zhao and S.M. Swinton. 2011. “Switching to Perennial Energy Crops under Uncertainty and Costly Reversibility.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93(3): 768-783.

Okello, J.J. and S.M. Swinton. 2010. “From Circle of Poison to Circle of Virtue: Pesticides, Export Standards and Kenya’s Green Bean Farmers.” Journal of Agricultural Economics 61(2): 209-224.

Zhang, W., W. van der Werf and S.M. Swinton. 2010. “Spatially Optimal Habitat Management for Enhancing Natural Control of an Invasive Agricultural Pest: Soybean Aphid.” Resource and Energy Economics 32: 551-565.

Landis, D.A., M.M. Gardiner, W. van der Werf, and S.M. Swinton. 2008. “Increasing Corn for Biofuel Production Reduces Biocontrol Services in Agricultural Landscapes.PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 105(51): 20552-20557.

Swinton, S.M., F. Lupi, G.P. Robertson and S.K. Hamilton 2007. “Ecosystem Services and Agriculture: Cultivating Agricultural Ecosystems for Diverse Benefits.” Ecological Economics 64(2): 245-252.

Liu, Y., S.M. Swinton, and N.R. Miller 2006. “Is Site-specific Yield Response Consistent over Time? Does it Pay?American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88(2): 471-483.

 

 

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