Professor Jim Vercammen is in Food and Resource Economics, Faculty of Land and Food Systems; and Strategy and Business Economics, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia.
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Innovation Related Publications
Vercammen, J., Agricultural Marketing Structural Models for Price Analysis, Routledge (March, 2011). 213 pages
Vercammen, J. “Agri-Environmental Regulations, Policies, and Programs”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 59 (2011): 1 – 18.
Fulton, M.E., and J. Vercammen. 2009. “Optimal Two-Part Pricing in a Carbon Offset Market: A Comparison of Organizational Types”, Southern Economic Journal 76: 513-532.
Vercammen, J., “Farm Bankruptcy Risk as a Link between Direct Payments and Agricultural Investment”, European Review of Agricultural Economics, 34 (2007): 479-500.
Gulati, S. and J. Vercammen. 2006. “Time Inconsistent Resource Conservation Contracts”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 52: 454-468.
Gulati, S and J. Vercammen. 2005. “The Optimal Length of an Agricultural Carbon Contract”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 53 (December): 359-373.
Doroudian . A. And J. Vercammen “Speculation and Price Volatility: The Case of Rice in United States”, select paper for the joint annual meetings of the CAES and WAES, Banff, June 19 – July 1, 2011 (from Doroudian’s MSc thesis).
Zubchenko, Anna and James Vercammen, “Time Inconsistent Commercialization Competitions”, select paper for the joint annual meetings of the AAEA, CAES and WAEA, Denver, July 25-28, 2010 (from Zubchenko’s MSc thesis, which was funded by LEARN).
Vercammen, J., “Innovation and Regulation”, Presentation at the Annual Workshop of Canadian Agricultural Innovation and Regulation Network (CAIRN), Banff, Dec. 6-7. 2009.
Vercammen, J., “The Welfare Impacts of Conservation Easements”, Presentation at CEA/CAES Joint Annual Meetings, Toronto, May 28-31, 2009. Available from the Phelps Center for the Study of Government and Business View Paper (http://csgb.ubc.ca/files/2010-01-vercammen.pdf)
Vercammen, J., “R&D Policy with Private Learning by Grant Applicants”, Presentation at CEA/CAES Joint Annual Meetings, Toronto, May 28-31, 2009.
Vercammen, J. “Emerging Innovations in Farm-level Green Energy Technologies”, Enabling Research for Competitive Agriculture Workshop, Ottawa: January 22-23, 2009.
Zoe Campbell and J. Vercammen, “R&D Investment and Output Competition by Supply-Managed Producer Associations” CAES/AAEA Annual Meetings, Portland (July 30, 2007).
Vercammen, James, “Western Canadian Producer Associations: Check-offs and Matching Grants”, Food and Fuel: The Implications for Agricultural Research Policy, Saskatoon Conference, June 4-6, 2007. Click here to view presentation
Circulating Working Papers
Vercammen, J. “A Lifecycle Model of Farm Investment in Environmental Capital”. Available from the LEARN Network. May, 2011
"The Welfare Impacts of a Conservation Easement"
January 2010. Available from the Phelps Center for the Study of Government and Business View Paper
"Incentive Contracting for an Intermediary in an Emerging Carbon Offset Market." co-authored with Murray Fulton.
December 2009 View Paper
"Uncertainty and Specific Investment with Weak Contract Enforcement." co-authored with Johan F.M. Swinnen.
Available from the Phelps Center for the Study of Government and Business. May 2006 View Paper
"Optimal R&D Subsidies with Endogenous Information Collection by Innovating Firms"
Available from the Phelps Center for the Study of Government and Business View Paper
Bontems P. and J. Vercammen. Public regulation of R&D racings, Select Paper, Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, July 23-26, 2006. View Paper
Swinnen, Jo and J. Vercammen, “Uncertainty and Specific Investment with Weak Contract Enforcement”, Phelps Centre for the Study of Government and Business. Sauder School of Business. University of British Columbia. Working Paper 2007-07. View paper
Vercammen, J., “Optimal R&D Subsidies with Endogenous Information Collection by Innovating Firms. Phelps Centre for the Study of Government and Business. Sauder School of Business. University of British Columbia. Working Paper 2006-01. View paper