While 2020 was a hard year in many ways, 2021 has started off well in terms of publishing for me. This week I wanted to… Read More »Beyond Scale and Scope: Economics of Specialty Crops in the U.S.
Clint Neill, Ph.D.
Back in 2017 when I was just starting out as an Assistant Professor, I met my colleague (and now good friend) Ford Ramsey. Ford and… Read More »A Bayesian Method for Plateau Type Models
Well, 2020 has come and gone in a whirlwind and I can’t believe it. So much happened that 2021 seemed like it would never arrive,… Read More »New Beginnings/Strong Finishes for Veterinary Economics
It has been a minute (really weeks) since I last sat down to write about the veterinary industry. Needless to say, my new job and… Read More »Pre-Review of the 2020 AVMA Economic Summit
After my last post, I had a lot people ask me “so, how long is this going to last?” It’s a great question and I… Read More »The Broken Crystal Ball: How Long will this “New Normal” Last?
Why Might Veterinarians be so busy, and what does this mean for the industry? – A economist’s perspective
I think it is safe to say that every veterinarian in the United States is simply exhausted. As a veterinary economist, I have had the… Read More »Why Might Veterinarians be so busy, and what does this mean for the industry? – A economist’s perspective