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John Antle is currently teaching annually a PhD field course in the Applied Economics Graduate Program, AEC 640 Sustainable Development, and a new ecampus course on Sustainable Agricultural Development beginning in Winter 2022. In addition, he has co-developed with collaborators a course on the use of the TOA-MD model. This course includes a User Guide, a set of Learning Modules, and technical documentation for self-guided use. This material is available free to researchers with the model software at the Tradeoff Analysis Project web site (tradeoffs.oregonstate.edu). Since 2012 the Tradeoff Analysis Project team has offered workshops at various locations around the world which have been attended by over 100 economists and other scientists.
John Antle is a professor in the Department of Applied Economics at Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, and a University Fellow at Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C. He received the Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago in 1980, and was formerly a professor at UC Davis and Montana State University. He has served as a senior staff economist for the President's Council of Economic Advisers in Washington, D.C. (1989-90); as a member of the National Research Council's Board on Agriculture (1991 97); and was a lead and contributing author to the IPCC third and fourth assessment reports. He is a Fellow and past President of the American Agricultural Economics Association. His current research focuses on the sustainability of agricultural systems in industrialized and developing countries, including climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation in agriculture; assessment of environmental and social impacts of agricultural technologies; and geologic carbon sequestration.
Many of his research projects are related to the Tradeoff Analysis Project. He is also co-leading the Economics Team of the Agricultural Model Inter-comparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP).
Ph.D., Economics, University of Chicago, 1980
M.A., Economics, University of Chicago, 1979
A.B., summa cum laude, Economics and Mathematics, Albion College, 1976
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Forbes Magazine has an article about a new paper on digital agriculture by Professor John Antle, along with Bruno Basso from Michigan State University, that was recently published in the journal Nature Sustainability.