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Marvin Batte

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334 Charles E. Barnhart Bldg.
Lexington KY 40546-0276

Phone: 614-795-7120
Fax: 859-323-1913
E-mail: Marvin.batte@uky.edu

Education
Ph.D.University of Illinois1981
M.S.University of Kentucky 1978
B.S.Eastern Kentucky University 1975

Research Professor

Agribusiness and Farm Business Management

Highlighted Publications

Batte, Marvin T. and D. Lynn Forster. 2015. “Old is New Again: The Economics of Agricultural Gypsum Use.” Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, 2015: 56-74.

Meas, Thong, Wuyang Hu, Marvin T. Batte, Timothy Woods, and Stan Ernst. 2015. “Substitutes or Complements? Consumer Preference for Local and Organic Food Attributes.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. Forthcoming.

Roe, Brian E., Marvin T. Batte & Florian Diekmann. 2014." Competition between Local Dealerships and Internet Markets: The Role of Local Relationships, Risk Tolerance and Trust in Used Farm Machinery Markets." Agribusiness: an International Journal Vol 30 (3): 225-243. DOI: 10.1002/agr.21359. Published online October 15, 2013.

Diekmann, Florian and Marvin T. Batte. 2013.”Economics of Technology for Precision Weed Control in Conventional and Organic Systems”. In Automation: The Future of Weed Control in Cropping Systems.

Hu, Wuyang, Marvin T. Batte, Tim Woods, and Stan Ernst. 2011. "Consumer preferences for local production and other value-added label claims for a processed food product." European Review of Agricultural Economics 2011; doi: 10.1093/erae/jbr039.

Darby, Kim, Marvin T. Batte, Stan Ernst and Brian Roe. 2008. “Decomposing Local: A Conjoint Analysis of Locally Produced Foods." American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol 90, No. 2, 2008: 476-486.

Batte, Marvin T., Neal H. Hooker, Timothy C. Haab, and Jeremy Beaverson. 2007. "Putting Their Money Where Their Mouths Are: Consumer Willingness to Pay for Multi-Ingredient, Processed Organic Food Products." Food Policy, 32 (2):145-159.

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