Edward Jaenicke, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, 1997
Currently, my research investigates the portion of the organic food marketing channel that ranges from certified organic food processors and handlers to food retailers and consumers. More specifically, my research projects focus on theoretical and empirical investigations into firms’ strategic marketing and procurement decisions, as well as consumer purchasing behavior. New projects include consumers' healthfulness of food purchases. Previous research investigates contracting in agriculture.
- AG BM 101: Economic Principles of Agribusiness Decision Making
- AG BM/INTAG 470: Comparing U.S. and France Food and Agricultural Systems
- AEREC 510: Econometrics I
I.J. Marasteanu and E.C. Jaenicke. “Hotspots and Spatial Autocorrelation in Certified Organic Operations in the United States.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. Forthcoming, 2016.
I.J. Marasteanu and E.C. Jaenicke. “The Role of US Organic Certifiers in Organic Hotspot Formation.” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. In press 2015, FirstView Article available online.
Jaenicke, E. C., and A. Carlson. “Estimating and Investigating Organic Premiums for Retail-Level Food Products.” Agribusiness: an International Journal. In press 2015, Early View available online.
Wrenn, D.H., T.W. Kelsey, and E.C. Jaenicke. “Local and Non-local Employment Impacts Associated with Marcellus Shale Development in Pennsylvania.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 42 (August 2015): 1-19.
Marasteanu, I. Julia, E.C. Jaenicke, and C. Dimitri. “Slotting Fees for Organic Retail Products: Evidence from a Survey of U.S. Food Retailers.” The Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing, forthcoming.
Oberholtzer, L., C. Dimitri.2, and E. C. Jaenicke. “International trade of organic food: Evidence of US Imports,” Renewable Agricultural and Food Systems. Published online May 2012. Forthcoming in print.
Jaenicke, E.C., C. Dimitri, and L. Oberholtzer. “Retailer Decisions about Organic Imports and Organic Private Labels.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93 (2011): 597 -603.
Jaenicke, E.C., M. Shields, and T. W. Kelsey. “Food Processors’ Use of Contracts to Purchase Agricultural Inputs: Evidence from a Pennsylvania Survey.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 36 (October 2007): 213-229.
Jaenicke, E.C., K. Jensen, W. Harrison, and P. Jakus. “Follow the Leader: Follower Behavior in Supermarket Adoption of Fresh Irradiated Ground Beef.” Agribusiness: An International Journal 22 (Autumn 2006): 547-568.
Wang, Y., and E.C. Jaenicke. “Simulating the Impacts of Contract Supplies in a Spot Market-Contract Market Equilibrium Setting.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88 (November 2006): 1062-1077.
Jaenicke, E.C., D.L. Frechette, and J.A. Larson, "Estimating Production Risk and Inefficiency Simultaneously: An Application to Cotton Cropping Systems," Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 28 (December 2003): 540-557.
Jaenicke, E.C. “Testing for Intermediate Outputs in Dynamic DEA Models: Accounting for Soil Quality in Rotational Crop Production and Productivity Measures,” Journal of Productivity Analysis 14 (November 2000): 247-266.
Jaenicke, E.C., and L.L. Lengnick. “A Soil-Quality Index and its Relationship to Efficiency and Productivity Growth Measures: Two Decompositions.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81 (November 1999): 881-893.
Jaenicke, E.C., and L. Drinkwater. “Sources of Productivity Growth During the Transition to Alternative Cropping Systems.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 28 (October 1999): 169-181.
Chambers, R.G., R. Färe, E.C. Jaenicke and E. Lichtenberg. “Using Dominance in DEA Models: The Case of Experimental Agricultural Data.” Journal of Econometrics 85 (1998): 189-203.