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Everett Peterson

Created: 4/12/2001
Updated: 12/27/2011
Visits: 4,327
Dr. Everett Peterson
Professor

Virginia Tech
Dept. of Ag. and Applied Economics (0401)
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061
United States

petrsone@vt.edu
540-231-6108 (ph)
540-231-7417 (fx)



Biography
Everett B. Peterson
Professor
Ph.D. 1989, Purdue University

Selected publications:

Articles in refereed journals

Peterson, Everett B., Joachim Schleich, and Vicki Duscha. Economic and Environmental Effects of Voluntary Emission Reductions: Copenhagen Pledges and European Commission Proposal. Energy Policy 39 (June 2011): 3697-3708.

Peterson, Everett B. and Huey-Lin Lee. Implications of Incorporating Domestic Margins into Analyses of Energy Taxation and Climate Change Policies. Economic Modelling, 26(2) (March 2009): 370-378.

Peterson, Everett B. and David Orden. Avocado Pests and Avocado Trade. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 90(2) (May 2008): 321-335.

Peterson Everett, and David Orden. Risk and Economic Assessments for U.S. Imports of Mexican Avocados. Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development. 4(1) (2008): 17-34.

Peterson, Everett B. and David Orden. Effects of Tariffs and Sanitary Barriers on High- and Low-Value Poultry Trade. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 30(1) (April 2005): 109-127.

Book Chapters

Orden, David and Everett B. Peterson. “Science, Opportunity, Traceability, Persistence and Political Will: Necessary Elements of Opening the U.S. Market to Avocados from Mexico,” in New Frontiers in Environmental and Social Labeling, ed. Grote, Ulrike, Arnab K. Basu and Nancy H. Chau, Springer, 2006: 133-150.

Other Publications

Schleich, Joachim, Vicki Duscha, Katja Schumacher, Jakob Graichen, Sean Healy, and Everett B. Peterson. “Post-2012 Climate Regime Options for Global GHG Emission Reduction: Analysis and Evaluation of Regime Options and Reduction Potential for Achieving the 2 Degree Target With Respect to Environment Effectiveness, Costs and Institutional Aspects.” Climate Change 16/2011, Environmental Research of the German Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, (August 2011), 69 pp. Available at:
http://www.uba.de/uba-info-medien-e/4159.html

Ball, Michael, Cynthia Barnhart, Martin Dresner, Mark Hansen, Kevin Neels, Amedeo Odoni, Everett Peterson, Lance Sherry, Antonio Trani, Bo Zou. “Total Delay Impact Study: A Comprehensive Assessment of the Costs of Impacts of Flight Delay in the United States.” National Center of Excellence for Aviation Operations Research (NEXTOR), (October 2010) 82 pp.

Schleich, Joachim, Vicki Duscha, and Everett B. Peterson. “Environmental and economic effects of the Copenhagen pledges and more ambitious emission reduction targets.” German Federal Environment Agency, Dessau-Roßlau, Germany, (July 2010) 49 pp.

Peterson, Everett B. and David Orden. “Linking Risk and Economic Assessments in the Analysis of Plant Pest Regulations: The Case of U.S. Imports of Mexican Avocados.” Contractor and Cooperator Report No. (CCR-25), Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, (October 2006) 57 pp.

Peterson, Everett B. “GTAP-M: A GTAP Model and Database that Incorporates Domestic Margins.” Global Trade Analysis Technical Paper No. 26, Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University, (January 2006) 72 pp.

Peterson, Everett B. and Phylo Evangelou. “Economic Analysis, Final Rule: Allowed Fresh Hass Avocados from Approved Municipalities in Michoacan, Mexico, to be Imported Into All States Year-Round (APHIS Docket No. 03-022-3). Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture, (November 2004) 67 pp.



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