Felipe Silva

Assistant Professor
Agribusiness Program
Agricultural Sciences Department

Office: 235 McAdams
Phone: 864-656-5764
Email: fdsilva@clemson.edu


 Educational Background

PhD Agricultural Economics
University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2018

D.Sc. Applied Economics
Federal University of Viçosa 2017

M.Sc Applied Economics
Federal University of Viçosa 2012

B.Sc. Economics
State University of Feira de Santana 2010

 Courses Taught

AGRB 4120 - Regional Economic Development Theory and Policy
AGRB 3080 - Quantitative Agricultural Economics
AGRB 4020 - Production Economics
AGRB 2020 - Agricultural Economics


Neves, M., Freitas, C., Silva, F., Costa, D., & Braga, M. (2020). Does Access to Rural Credit Help Decrease Income Inequality in Brazil? Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1-21. doi:10.1017/aae.2020.11

Silva, F., Fulginiti, L., Perrin, R., and Schoengold, K.. 2019. The Effects of Irrigation and Climate on the High Plains Aquifer: A County-Level Econometric Analysis. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 1– 17. https://doi.org/10.1111/1752-1688.12781.

Silva, F., Fulginiti, L., Perrin, R.. 2019. The Cost of Forest Preservation in the Brazilian Amazon: The “Arc of Deforestation”. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 44(3):497–512

Silva, F. d., Perrin, R. K. and Fulginiti, L. E. 2019. The opportunity cost of preserving the Brazilian Amazon forest. Agricultural Economics, 50: 219-227. doi:10.1111/agec.12478