Julian C.R. Binfield

Director of International Programs
(573) 882-1460
BinfieldJ@missouri.edu

Julian Binfield is responsible for the co-ordination of FAPRI-MU’s international projects. Much of this work is done using a model of the EU developed in conjunction with the FAPRI-Ireland Partnership with Teagasc, the Irish Food and Rural Development Authority and the FAPRI-UK project (Queen’s University, Belfast). Other international projects include the collaboration with the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy (BFAP) at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, and with the Center for Agricultural Policy Analysis (CAPA) at the Institute of Agricultural Economics in Bulgaria.

Prior to joining FAPRI-MU in 2001, Julian spent four years working at Teagasc in Dublin, Ireland, where he was responsible for the construction of an econometric model of the livestock sector. He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Agricultural Economics from the University of Manchester, a master’s degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Reading, and a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Missouri.

 


  • Most Recent FAPRI Publications

  • Most Recent Outside Publications

    • Deepayan Debnath, Jarrett Whistance, Wyatt Thompson, Julian C.R. Binfield. "Complement or Substitute: Ethanol’s Uncertain Relationship with Gasoline Under Alternative Petroleum Price and Policy Scenarios." Applied Energy, 191, 385-397 (2017).
    • Abderraouf Laajimi, Kateryna G. Schroeder, William H. Meyers, Julian C.R. Binfield. "The Tunisia Wheat Market in the Context of World Price Volatility: A Stochastic Partial Equilibrium Approach." Journal of Food Products Marketing, February 2016.
    • Aklesso Egbendewe-Mondzozo, Scott M. Swinton, Shujiang Kang, Wilfred M. Post, Julian C.R. Binfield, Wyatt Thompson. "Bioenergy Supply and Environmental Impacts on Cropland: Insights from Multi-market Forecasts in a Great Lakes Subregional Bioeconomic Model." Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 37(4), 602-618. (December 2015).
    • Seth Meyer, Julian C.R. Binfield, Wyatt Thompson. "The Role of Biofuel Policy and Biotechnology in the Development of the Ethanol Industry in the United States.." AgBioForum, 16(1), 66-78. Available at http://www.agbioforum.org/v16n1/v16n1a07-meyer.htm.
    • Seth Meyer, Julian C.R. Binfield, Patrick Westhoff. "Technology Adoption Under US Biofuel Policies: Do Producers, Consumers or Taxpayers Benefit?." (2012, January). European Review of Agricultural Economics, 39(1), 115-136.
    • Jadwiga R. Ziolkowska, William H. Meyers, Seth Meyer, Julian C.R. Binfield. "Targets and Mandates: Lessons Learned from EU and US Biofuel Policy Mechanisms." AgBioForum, 13(4), 1-15.
    • Joan Moss, Julian C.R. Binfield, Myles Patton, Lichun Zhang, In Seck Kim. "FAPRI-UK Modeling: Regional Responses to European Policy Initiatives." Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, 6(1), 101-116.
    • Patrick Westhoff, Julian C.R. Binfield. "U.S. Farm Bill 2008: Back to the Future?." EuroChoices, 7(3), 17-23.
    • Julian C.R. Binfield, William H. Meyers, Patrick Westhoff. "Challenges of Incorporating EU Enlargement and CAP Reform in the GOLD Model Framework." Outside Publication.