Dept. of Agricultural Economics
403 W. State Street, Krannert Bldg.
West Lafayette, IN 47907
www: Purdue institutional page
2008 Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University
2004 M.S., Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky
2000 B.S., Natural Resource Conservation & Management (Policy), University of Kentucky
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, 8/2013-present
Visiting Scholar, Applied Economics, Oregon State University, 8/2015-5/2016 (sabbatical)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, 2/2008-7/2013
Agricultural and Resource Economics Journals
M Roucan-Kane, BM Gramig, NJO Widmar, DL Ortega and AW Gray. “U.S. Agribusiness Companies and Product Innovation: Insights from a Choice Experiment Conducted with Agribusiness Executives," International Food and Agribusiness Management Review. 16(4):123-140, 2013. [www]
BM Gramig. “Some Unaddressed Issues in Proposed Cap-and-Trade Legislation Involving Agricultural Soil Carbon Sequestration.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (proceedings), 94(2):360-367, 2012. [www] BM Gramig and RD Horan. "Jointly-Determined Livestock Disease Dynamics and Decentralised Economic Behaviour." Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 55(3): 393-410, 2011. [www]
RD Horan, EP Fenichel, CA Wolf, and BM Gramig. “Managing Infectious Animal Disease Systems.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 2(1): 101-124, 2010.
BM Gramig, CA Wolf, and F Lupi. " Understanding Adoption of Livestock Health Management Practices: The Case of Bovine Leukosis Virus". Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 58(3): 343-360, 2010. [www] BM Gramig, RD Horan, and CA Wolf. "Livestock Disease Indemnity Design when Moral Hazard is Followed by Adverse Selection". American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 91(3): 627-641, 2009. [www] RD Horan, JF Shogren, and BM Gramig. “Wildlife Conservation Payments to Address Habitat Fragmentation and Disease Risks.” Environment and Development Economics, 13:415-439, 2008. [www]
BM Gramig and CA Wolf. "Estimating Within-Herd Preventive Spillovers in Livestock Disease Management." American Journal of Agricultural Economics (proceedings), 89(5):1219-1225, 2007.
BM Gramig, JR Skees and JR Black. "Utilizing Contingent Claims to Improve CAFO Management." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics (proceedings), 36(2):297-312, 2004.
Interdisciplinary & Environmental Journals
BM Gramig, R Massey and SD Yun. "Nitrogen Application Decision-making under Climate Risk in the U.S. Corn Belt". Climate Risk Management, forthcoming. A Horowitz, W Moomaw, D Liptzin, BM Gramig, CJ Reeling,J Meyer, K Hurley. "A multiple metrics approach to prioritizing strategies for measuring and managing reactive nitrogen in the San Joaquin Valley of California." Environmental Research Letters 11(6), 2016. [www]
AS Mase, BM Gramig, LS Prokopy. "Climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and adaptation behavior among Midwestern U.S. crop farmers". Climate Risk Management, forthcoming.
AC Andrews, R Clawson, BM Gramig and L Raymond. "Finding the Right Value: Framing Effects on Domain Experts." Political Psychology, Online early.
LS Prokopy, CE Hart, R Massey, M Widhalm, J Klink, J Andresen, J Angel, T Blewett, OC Doering, R Elmore, BM Gramig, P Guinan, BL Hall, A Jain, CL Knutson, MC Lemos, LW Morton, D Niyogil, R Power, MD Shulski, CX Song, ES Takle, D Todey. "Using a team survey to improve team communication for enhanced delivery of agro-climate decision support tools." Agricultural Systems, 138: 31-37, 2015. [www]
ES Takle, CJ Anderson, J Andresen, J Angel, R Elmore, P Guinan, BM Gramig, S Hilberg, D Kluck, R Massey, D Niyogi, J Schneider, MD Shulski, D Todey, M Widhalm. “Climate Forecasts for Corn Producer Decision-Making.” Earth Interactions. 18(5): 1-8, 2014. [www]
AC Andrews, RA Clawson, BM Gramig and L Raymond. “Why
Do Farmers Adopt Conservation Tillage? An Experimental Investigation of Framing
Effects.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(6):501-511,
BM Gramig, CJ Reeling, C Raj and I Chaubey. “Environmental
and economic tradeoffs in a watershed when using corn stover for
bioenergy.” Environmental Science & Technology. 47(4):1787-1791, 2013. [www]
A Reimer, BM Gramig and LS Prokopy. “Farmers and
conservation programs: Explaining differences in Environmental Quality
Incentives Program applications between states.” Journal of Soil and
Water Conservation, 68(2): 110-119, 2013. [www] BM Gramig, JB Barnard, LS Prokopy. "Farmer Beliefs about Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration Incentives." Climate Research. 56(2): 157-167. 2013. [www] JP Sesmero and BM Gramig. "Farmers' Supply Response, Price of Corn Residue, and Its Economic Viability as an Energy Feedstock." BioEnergy Research. 6(2):797-807, 2013. [www] CJ Reeling and BM Gramig. "A Novel Framework for
Analysis of Cross-Media Environmental Effects from Agricultural Conservation
Practices." Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment,
146(12):44-51, 2012. [www] MBL Birch, BM Gramig, WR Moomaw, OC Doering, CJ Reeling.
"Why Metrics Matter: Evaluating Policy Choices for Reactive Nitrogen in
the Chesapeake Bay Watershed". Environmental Science &
Technology, 45(1): 168-174, 2011. [www]
GRANT ACTIVITY AND
Dr. Gramig has
secured over $8 million in grants working as part of interdisciplinary teams, with
direct responsibility for over $1 million. Active grants are listed
Undergraduate: Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, 100-125 students/year, 2008-present
Graduate: Economic Dynamics, 8-15 students/year, 2011-2013
Graduate, Interdisciplinary: Environmental Policy Analysis, 2009
UNIVERSITY SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES
Purdue Climate Change Research Center, Executive Committee, 2013-present
Purdue Center for the Environment, Executive Committee, 2013-present
Ecological Science & Engineering (interdisciplinary graduate program), Governance
Natural Resources & Environmental Science (interdisciplinary undergraduate program),
Advisory Committee, 2008-present
USDA Hatch project, institutional peer-reviewer (n=11), 2009-present
and Environment (ENV) section of the Agricultural and Applied Economics
Association, Co-founder and past chair
AWARDS AND HONORS
Partnership Award for Mission Integration (U2U project), USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture, 2015.
TEAM Award (U2U project), College of Agriculture, Purdue University, 2015
Seed for Success, Excellence in Research Award, Purdue University, 2011-2014
Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Award, Purdue University, 2012
Dissertation Award-Honorable Mention, Agricultural and Applied Economics
and Applied Economics Association
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists