Barry K. Goodwin
William Neal Reynolds Professor of Economics and Agricultural and Resource Economics, North Carolina State University
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George Kosicki, Ted Davis
Ph.D., economics, North Carolina State University; M.S., agricultural economics, Mississippi State University
Summary of Experience:
Barry K. Goodwin is an expert in applied econometrics and the economics of the food system. He has conducted research on a wide variety of agricultural markets including wheat, corn, soybeans, cattle, swine, dairy products, and eggs. He has published extensively in the areas of price and demand analysis, market definition, food marketing, agricultural policy, crop insurance and disaster aid, international trade, and applied econometrics, and his work is widely cited by other economists. In 2006 Professor Goodwin was elected a Fellow of the American Agricultural Economics Association, which is the highest recognition in the field of agricultural economics.
Professor Goodwin has consulted on a number of projects for public and private organizations, including the Risk Management Agency of the USDA, the World Bank, the OECD, private insurance companies, and the SAS Institute. He is currently the William Neal Reynolds Professor in the Departments of Economics and Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University, where he teaches price analysis and policy, demand analysis, international trade theory, and econometrics. Prior to joining North Carolina State, Professor Goodwin was on the faculties of Kansas State University and the Ohio State University, where he held the Andersons Endowed Chair.