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Ripplinger, Miljkovic, Shaik submit grant to ND Department of Commerce

David Ripplinger

Dr. David Ripplinger, Assistant Professor in Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department, with Dr. Dragan Miljkovic, Professor and Dr. Saleem Shaik, Associate Professor as Co-PI’s, have submitted a grant proposal in the amount of $39,999 to North Dakota Department of Commerce.

The title of this proposal is: “North Dakota Corn Ethanol Impact Study”

The goal of the project is to inform discussion of North Dakota and federal bioenergy policy among policymakers, academics, industry, agricultural producer groups, consumers, and voters by identifying and quantifying the welfare impacts of alternative federal bioenergy policies.

This will be achieved by conducting a welfare analyses that utilize a comparative statics framework that models theoretical relationships among impacted markets such as land, crop, feed, and fuel markets.

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