Carlos E.  Carpio

Associate Professor, School of Agricultural, Forest and Environmental Sciences

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Agribusiness, School of Agricultural, Forest and Environmental Sciences

233 McAdams

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

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.

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