Assistant Professor and CoBank/Farm Credit East Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellow in Production Economics and Sustainability
- Doctorate University of Maryland, 2013
- Master of Science University of Maryland, 2011
- MPA Syracuse University, 2006
- MEng AgroParisTech, 2004
- Bachelor of Science University of Paris-Sud, 2001
I’m an applied economist with interests in agricultural, resource and development economics. At present, my research program is broadly focused on agricultural sustainability issues with particular emphasis on the statistical and econometric evaluation of climate change impacts on agriculture.
Awards and Honors
- Distinguished Dissertation Award (Social Sciences) (2014) University of Maryland
- Dr. and Mrs. Bill V. Lessley Award for Dissertation Excellence (2013) Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, University of Maryland
- Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award (2012) University of Maryland’s Center for Teaching Excellence and the Graduate School
- Distinguished Teaching Assistant Award (2011) University of Maryland’s Center for Teaching Excellence and the Graduate School
- The Bessie H. Devault Award, awarded to the author of the best paper by a second- year graduate student (2010) Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, University of Maryland
- Gammas, M., Mérel, P., & Ortiz-Bobea, A. (2017). Negative Impacts of Climate Change on Cereal Yields: Statistical Evidence from France. Environmental Research Letters. 12:054007.
- Strand, J., Carson, R. T., Navrud, S., Ortiz-Bobea, A., & Vincent, J. R. (2017). Using the Delphi method to value protection of the Amazon rainforest. Ecological Economics. 131:475-484.
- Ortiz-Bobea, A., & Just, R. E. (2013). Modeling the Structure of Adaptation in Climate Change Impact Assessment. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 95:244-251.
- Ortiz-Bobea, A. The Long-Run Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture: Accounting for Spatial Unobservables in the Hedonic Approach.
- Ault, T., Carrillo, C., Ortiz-Bobea, A., & Wang, H. Vulnerabilities of U.S. rain-fed agriculture to temperature and precipitation.
- Ortiz-Bobea, A. Extreme temperature, measurement error and biases in estimates of climate change impact on agriculture.