Carlos E.  Carpio

Associate Professor, School of Agricultural, Forest and Environmental Sciences


Copy of IMG_1069.JPGEmail: ccarpio@clemson.edu
Office: 864-656-2439

Department:
Agribusiness, School of Agricultural, Forest and Environmental Sciences

Location:
233 McAdams


Education:
Ph.D. Economics, 2006, North Carolina State University

M.Sc. Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2002, Texas Tech University

B.Sc. Agriculture, 1999, Escuela Agrícola Panamericana “El Zamorano,” Honduras

Responsibilities:
Teaching and research appointment. Courses:
ECON 405/605: Introduction to Econometrics
AP EC 828: Applied Consumer Demand
EX ST 462: Statistics Applied to Economics
AP EC 302: Economics of Farm Management

Research interest:
My research focuses in two main areas: consumer demand analysis, and production (agricultural) and environmental economics. Moreover, given the nature of my appointment, I am extensively involved in multidisciplinary work with colleagues in other disciplines.

Publications:
Hasing, T, C.E. Carpio, D. Willis, O. Sydorovych, and M. Marra. “The Effect of Label Information on Pesticide Choice.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 41:2(August 2012).

Carpio, C.E, Ramirez O.A., and T. Boonsaeng. “Potential for Tradable Water Allocation and Rights in Jordan.” Land Economics 87:4(November 2011): 595-609.

Carpio, C.E. and M.K. Wohlgenant. “A Generalized Two-Constraint Model of Consumer Behavior.” European Review of Agricultural Economics 37, 4(2010): 433–452.

Carpio, C.E. and Olga Isengildina-Massa. "Willingness to Pay for Locally Grown Products: The Case of State Grown Products in South Carolina." Agribusiness 25, 3(2009): 412-426.

Carpio, C.E., M.K. Wohlgenant, and C.D. Safley. “A Structural Econometric Model of Joint Consumption of Goods and Recreational Time: An Application to Pick-Your-Own Fruit.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90, 3(2008):644-567.

Professional society activity:
American Agricultural Economics Association
Southern Agricultural Economics Association
Southern Economics Association

Websites:
http://people.clemson.edu/~ccarpio