Nelson Benjamin Villoria
Nelson Benjamin Villoria
Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University
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Does intensification slow crop land expansion or encourage deforestation?
D Byerlee, J Stevenson, N Villoria
Global food security 3 (2), 92-98, 2014
Green Revolution research saved an estimated 18 to 27 million hectares from being brought into agricultural production
JR Stevenson, N Villoria, D Byerlee, T Kelley, M Maredia
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (21), 8363-8368, 2013
Geography Matters: International Trade Patterns and the Indirect Land Use Effects of Biofuels
NB Villoria, TW Hertel
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93 (4), 919-935, 2011
The effects of agricultural technological progress on deforestation: What do we really know?
NB Villoria, D Byerlee, J Stevenson
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 36 (2), 211-237, 2014
Will yield improvements on the forest frontier reduce greenhouse gas emissions? A global analysis of oil palm
NB Villoria, A Golub, D Byerlee, J Stevenson
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 95 (5), 1301-1308, 2013
GTAP-HET: Introducing firm heterogeneity into the GTAP model
Z Akgul, NB Villoria, TW Hertel
Journal of Global Economic Analysis 1 (1), 111-180, 2016
Rapid aggregation of global gridded crop model outputs to facilitate cross-disciplinary analysis of climate change impacts in agriculture
NB Villoria, J Elliott, C Müller, J Shin, L Zhao, C Song
Environmental Modelling & Software 75, 193-201, 2016
China and the manufacturing terms-of-trade of African exporters
NB Villoria
Journal of African Economies 18 (5), 781-823, 2009
Criteria for effective zero-deforestation commitments
RD Garrett, S Levy, KM Carlson, TA Gardner, J Godar, J Clapp, ...
Global environmental change 54, 135-147, 2019
China's Growth and the Agricultural Exports of Sub-Saharan Southern Africa
N Villoria
European Journal of Development Research 21 (4), 531-550, 2009
The effects of China's growth on the food prices and the food exports of other developing countries
N Villoria
Agricultural Economics 43 (5), 499-514, 2012
3. Agricultural technology, global land use and deforestation: a review and new estimates of the impact of crop research
J Stevenson, D Byerlee, N Villoria, T Kelley, M Maredia41
Measuring the Environmental Impacts of Agricultural Research: Theory and …, 2011
A Global, Spatially-Explicit, Open-Source Data Base for Analysis of Agriculture, Forestry, and the Environment
N Diffenbaugh, N Ramankutty, N Villoria, A Nelson, S Siebert, S Wood
Gaussian quadratures vs. Monte Carlo experiments for systematic sensitivity analysis of computable general equilibrium model results
NB Villoria, PV Preckel
Economics Bulletin 37 (1), 480, 2017
Theoretically-consistent parameterization of a multi-sector global model with heterogeneous firms
Z Akgul, NB Villoria, T Hertel
Introducing firm heterogeneity into the GTAP model with an illustration in the context of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement
Z Akgul, NB Villoria, T Hertel
Technology Spillovers and Land Use Change: Empirical Evidence from Global Agriculture
NB Villoria
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2019
Technology Spillovers and Land Use Change: Empirical Evidence from Global Agriculture
N Villoria
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2017
Geoshare: Geospatial open source hosting of agriculture, resource and environmental data for discovery and decision making
T Hertel, N Villoria
Estimation of missing intra-african trade
NB Villoria
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