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Barry Goodwin

William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor

Nelson Hall 4221C


Area(s) of Expertise

  • Agricultural Marketing
  • Agricultural Economics: Prices, Markets and Policy
  • Applied Econometrics
  • International Trade

Barry is William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor and Graduate Alumni Distinguished Professor in the Departments of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Economics. He is also a 2018 Holladay Medal recipient. Barry has held faculty positions at Kansas State University and the Ohio State University. His research and teaching activities are focused on applied economics, policy, trade, and econometrics.

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Top Publications

Spatial price analysis

Spatial market integration in the presence of threshold effects

Cointegration tests and spatial price linkages in regional cattle markets

Crop insurance, moral hazard, and agricultural chemical use

Farm income variability and the supply of off-farm labor

Price transmission and asymmetric adjustment in the US beef sector

An empirical analysis of the demand for multiple peril crop insurance


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Ph.D., Economics, NC State University (1988)