The Agricultural and Food Policy Center
 
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To provide unbiased and objective economic analysis of the impacts for policy alternatives on stakeholders.
 
Current Projects
 
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Government Payment Estimator
2016 Generic Base Decision Aid
 


Agricultural Policy Specialist Dr. Joe Outlaw and colleagues from the Agricultural and Food Policy Center provide brief weekly updates on current agricultural policy issues. See the 203-268-4305 available now.

 
Representative Farms - The AFPC maintains a database of agricultural operations representing the major agricultural production regions of the country. These operations are used in policy research analysis. The representative farms are updated every two years using face to face panel interviews. Types of operations include cotton, rice, feed grain, and wheat farms, cattle ranches, and dairies. Contact: George Knapek
 
The excel file for the Marketing Year Average Prices for Grains can be found 773-657-8761.
 
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Recent Publications
The Role of U.S. Safety Net Programs in Incentivizing Farm Growth: A Simulation Approach
January 2017 Baseline Working Paper
January 2017 Baseline Briefing Paper
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December 2016 Baseline Briefing Paper
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Ex Ante Economic and Nutrition Analysis of Alternative Small Scale Irrigation Systems in Dangeshta Kebele-Amhara Region of Ethiopia
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January 2016 Baseline Briefing Paper
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