“Organizing Industries for Growth.” Great Lakes Hops and Barley Conference. Kalamazoo, MI. March 14.
“Michigan Chestnuts: Opportunities for Growth.” Midwest Nut Producers Council Annual Meeting. Hickory Corners, MI. March 9.
“Crafting a Cider Comeback: First Steps to Identifying Cider Drinkers.” Fruit, Vegetable, and Farm Market EXPO. Grant Rapids, MI. December 7.
“For Better or Worse: How Ballot Initiatives Influence Agricultural Production.” University of Michigan – Dearborn Seminar. Dearborn, MI. October 27.
“Michigan Hops Marketing.” Hops Growers of Michigan Annual Meeting. Lansing, MI. September 30.
“Food Facts vs. Fiction.” Central Technology Center. Drumright, OK. December 8.
“The Excessive Choice Effect Meets the Market: Experiments on Craft Beer Choice.” University of Arkansas Seminar Series. Fayetteville, AR. December 2.
“Do Market Constraints Promote Happiness?” Free To Brew Podcast, November 28.
“Releasing Consumers from the ‘Trap’: A Method to Reduce Participant Inattention in Stated Preference Surveys.” University of Florida Seminar Series. Gainesville, FL. March 1.
“Craft Beer: Drunken Intervention and Intoxicated Incentives.” Institute for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. Stillwater, OK. April 8, 2014.
“Mapping and Analyzing Current Trends in Agriculture.” IFMAPS Annual In-Service. Stillwater, OK. May 15, 2012.
Estimating the Economic Tradeoffs of Protecting the Lesser Prairie Chicken.” Governing Natural Resources in the American West. Lubbock, TX. August 25.
“Measurement Error Matters: A Method for Identifying Inattention Bias in Discrete Choice Methods.” Agricultural & Applied Economics Association. Chicago, IL. August 1.
“How Lessons from Consumer Psychology Can Create Better Choice Experiments.” American Agricultural Economics Association. Boston, MA. August 2.
“A Method to Reduce Participant Inattention in Stated Preference Surveys.” American Agricultural Economics Association. Boston, MA. August 1.
“The Political Economy of (Public) Choosing Climate Change Opinions.” Association for Private Enterprise Education. Las Vegas, NV. April 4.
“How Markets Alleviate the Excessive Choice Effect: Experiments on Craft Beer Choice.” Beeronomics Society Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA. September 9.
“How Markets Alleviate the Excessive Choice Effect: A Field Experiment on Craft Beer Choice.” Poster. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. San Francisco, CA. July 26-29.
“Brewing Up Development: Government Regulation in Craft Beer.” Association of Private Enterprise Education. Las Vegas, NV. April 14, 2014.
“Effects of Income on the Prevalence of Local Food Systems.” Poster. Southern Agricultural Economics Association. Dallas, TX. February 1-4, 2014.
“JBS United and the Future: Too Many Opportunities.” GSS Case Study Competition. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. Washington, DC. August 4-6, 2013.
“Brewing Up Development: State Intervention in Beer.” Graduate Research Colloquium at George Mason University. Fairfax, VA. November 15-17, 2013.
“Do Local Food Systems Promote Regional Economic Growth?” Southern Regional Science Association. Washington, DC. April 4-6, 2013.
“Applying to Graduate School.” Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. Washington, DC. August 5, 2013.