Journal Articles

Hendricks, N.P. 2018. “Potential Benefits from Innovations to Reduce Heat and Water Stress in Agriculture.” Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, in press. [Accepted VersionOnline Appendix

Quintana-Ashwell, N.E., J.M. Peterson, and N.P. Hendricks. Forthcoming. “Optimal Groundwater Management under Climate Change and Technical Progress.” Resource and Energy Economics, in press.

Wibowo, R.P., N.P. Hendricks, I. Kisekka, and A. Araya. Forthcoming. “Using a Crop Simulation Model to Understand the Impact of Risk Aversion on Optimal Irrigation Management.” Transactions of the ASABE, in press. [Accepted Version]

Tack, J., A. Barkley, and N.P. Hendricks. 2017. “Irrigation Offsets Wheat Yield Reductions from Warming Temperatures.” Environmental Research Letters, 12(11): 114027.

Embaye, W., N.P. Hendricks, and N. Lilja. 2017. “Sorghum Research and Poverty Reduction in the Presence of Trade Distortions in Ethiopia.” African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 12(2): 174-187.

Hendricks, N.P. and K. Drysdale. 2015. “In-Class Experiment Assesses Empathy for International Hunger and Poverty.” North American Colleges & Teachers of Agriculture Journal 59(3): 253-258. [Accepted Version]

Hendricks, N.P. and A. Smith. 2015. “Grouped Coefficients to Reduce Bias in Heterogeneous Dynamic Panel Models with Small T.” Applied Economics 47(40): 4335-4348. [Online Appendix] [Code]

Peterson, J.M., C.M. Smith, J.C. Leatherman, N.P. Hendricks, and J.A. Fox. 2015. “Transaction Costs in Payment for Environmental Service Contracts.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97(1): 219-238. [Online Appendix] [Data and Code]

Hendricks, N.P., J.P. Janzen, and A. Smith. 2015. “Futures Prices in Supply Analysis: Are Instrumental Variables Necessary?” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97(1): 22-39. [Online Appendix] [Data and Code]

Hendricks, N.P., S. Sinnathamby, K. Douglas-Mankin, A. Smith, D.A. Sumner, and D.H. Earnhart. 2014. “The Environmental Effects of Crop Price Increases: Nitrogen Losses in the U.S. Corn Belt.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 68(3): 507-526. [Online Appendix] [Data and Code] [High-resolution versions of the figures]

Hendricks, N.P., A. Smith, and D.A. Sumner. 2014. “Crop Supply Dynamics and the Illusion of Partial Adjustment.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96(5): 1469-1491. [Online Appendix] [Data and Code]

Brown, J.C., E. Hanley, J. Bergtold, M. Caldas, V. Barve, D. Peterson, R. Callihan, J. Gibson, B. Gray, N. Hendricks, N. Brunsell, K. Dobbs, J. Kastens, D. Earnhart. 2014. “Ethanol Plant Location and Intensification vs. Extensification of Corn Cropping in Kansas.” Applied Geography 53: 141-148.

Hendricks, N.P., and D.A. Sumner. 2014. “The Effects of Policy Expectations on Crop Supply, with an Application to Base Updating.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96(3): 903-923.

Hendricks, N.P., J.P. Janzen, and K.C. Dhuyvetter. 2012 “Subsidy Incidence and Inertia in Farmland Rental Markets: Estimates from a Dynamic Panel.” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 37(3): 361-378.

Hendricks, N.P. and J.M. Peterson. 2012. “Fixed Effects Estimation of the Intensive and Extensive Margins of Irrigation Water Demand.” Journal of Agricultural & Resource Economics 37(1): 1-19. (Outstanding JARE Article Award)

Steward, D.R., J.M. Peterson, X. Yang, T. Bulatewicz, M. Herrera-Rodriguez, D. Mao, and N.P. Hendricks. 2009. “Groundwater Economics: An Object-Oriented Foundation for Integrated Studies of Irrigated Agricultural Systems.” Water Resources Research, 45(5): W05430.

Hendricks, N.P. and L.L. Nalley. 2008. “Who Benefits from Global Agricultural Trade Liberalization? The Case of Wheat and Maize.” Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, 4(2): 141-157.

Book Chapters

Peterson, J.M. and N.P. Hendricks. 2016. “Economics of Water.” In K. Conca and E. Weinthal, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Water Politics and Policy. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199335084.013.22.


The Dynamics and Spatial Heterogeneity of Crop Acreage Response to Price: Problems of Aggregation and Pooling