AEC 503 Price Theory and Applications

Jill Stowe

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

Phone: 859-257-7256
Fax: 859-257-7290

Ph.D.Texas A&M University 2002
B.S.Texas Tech University 1997

Associate Professor

Economics of the Equine Industry, Behavioral Economics, Game Theory, Industrial Organization, Sports Economics, Neuroeconomics

Current Projects

Economic Considerations of Aggressively Treating the Influenza Virus in Equines; Transabdominal ultrasonography: A monitoring tool for Parascaris equorum burdens in foals; Towards optimizing the health and well-being of retired Thoroughbred racehorses; Objective evaluation of deworming regimens in horses – growth rates, disease incidence, and financial aspects; A New Approach to Revealing Hidden Information in a Lemons Market; Ready to Run: Price Determinants of Thoroughbreds from Two-Year-Olds in Training Sales

Career Highlights

Dickson Professor of Equine Science and Management (2013-present);

Highlighted Publications

Robert M, Hu W, Nielsen MK, Stowe CJ (2014). "Attitudes towards implementation of surveillance-based parasite control on Kentucky Thoroughbred farms – current strategies, awareness, and willingness-to-pay." Forthcoming, Equine Veterinary Journal.

Hughes S, Stowe CJ, Troedsson MHT, Squires EL. (2013) “The Athletic Performance of Thoroughbred Racehorses out of Mares Suspected of Placentitis during Gestation.” Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 33:5, 375.

Plant, Emily and C. Jill Stowe. (2013) “The Price of Disclosure in the Thoroughbred Yearling Market.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 45:2, 1-15.

Stowe, C. Jill. (2013). “Breeding to Sell: A Hedonic Price Analysis of Leading Thoroughbred Stud Fees.” Applied Economics 45:7, 877-885.

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