Associate Professor, Masters Program Coordinator
Selected Publications (* indicates student co-authors)
Malikov, Emir, Ruiqing Miao, and Jingfang Zhang*. forthcoming. “Distributional and Temporal Heterogeneity in the Climate Change Effects on U.S. Agriculture.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
Li, Yijia*, Ruiqing Miao, and Madhu Khanna. forthcoming. “Neonicotinoids and Decline in Bird Biodiversity in the United States.” Nature Sustainability. doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-020-0582-x
Miao, Ruiqing. forthcoming. “Climate, Insurance, and Innovation: The Case of Drought and Innovations in Drought-Tolerant Traits in U.S. Agriculture.” European Review of Agricultural Economics. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/erae/jbaa010
Miao, Ruiqing and Madhu Khanna. 2020. “Harnessing Advances in Agricultural Technologies to Optimize Resource Utilization in the Food-Energy-Water Nexus.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 12:65-85.
Li, Yijia*, Ruiqing Miao, and Madhu Khanna. 2019. “Effects of Ethanol Plant Proximity and Crop Prices on Land-Use Change in the United States.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 101(2):467-491.
Miao, Ruiqing, Madhu Khanna, and Haixiao Huang. 2016. “Responsiveness of Crop Yield and Acreage to Price and Climate.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98(1): 191-211.
Miao, Ruiqing, Hongli Feng, David A. Hennessy, and Xiaodong Du. 2016. “Assessing Cost-effectiveness of the Conservation Reserve Program and Its Interaction with Crop Insurance Subsidies”. Land Economics 92(4): 593-617.
Miao, Ruiqing, David A. Hennessy, and Hongli Feng. 2014. “Sodbusting, Crop Insurance and Sunk Conversion Costs.” Land Economics. 90(4): 601-622.
Feng, Hongli, David A. Hennessy, and Ruiqing Miao. 2013. “The Effects of Government Payments on Native Grassland Conversion, the CRP, and Corn Acreage Changes in the Dakotas.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 95(2): 412-418.
Miao, Ruiqing, David A. Hennessy, and Bruce A. Babcock. 2012. “Investment in Cellulosic Biofuel Refineries: Do Waivable Biofuel Mandates Matter?” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 94(3): 750-762.