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Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology

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Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2334
Moscow, ID 83844-2334

Christopher McIntosh

Christopher S. McIntosh


Office: Agricultural Science Building
Room 25

Phone: (208) 589-4485
Email: mcintosh@uidaho.edu

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
Professor



  • Research/Focus Areas
    • Production Economics, policy analysis, specification and modeling issues in the analysis of agricultural supply relationships and productivity analysis.
    • Economic analysis of environmental and commodity policy changes on agricultural production systems.
    • Decision making under uncertainty.
    • Price forecasting and analysis.
    • Teaching related to farm and agribusiness management, quantitative techniques for decision making, agricultural prices, agricultural policy, and economic theory.
  • Selected Publications
    • Bohl, W. H., J. Stark and Christopher S. McIntosh, 2011 “Potato Seed Piece Size, Spacing, and Seeding Rate Effects on Yield, Quality and Economic Return.”  American Journal of Potato Research, 88(6):470-478.
    • Toevs, Elliott A. Toevs, Joseph F. Guenthner, Aaron J. Johnson, and Christopher S. McIntosh,  2011 “Seed Variety: an Indicator for GM Potato Identity Preservation.” American Journal of Potato Research, accepted September 2011.
    • Cooke, Steven C., and Christopher S. McIntosh, 2011 “Forecasting General Fund Revenue: An Analysis of Idaho FY1998 to FY2011.” Public Budgeting and Finance. 31(4):51-73.
    • Toevs, Elliott A. Toevs, Joseph F. Guenthner, Aaron J. Johnson, Christopher S. McIntosh, and Michael K. Thornton, 2011 “An Industry Perspective of all-native and Transgenic Potatoes.”  AgBioForum, 14(1):14-19.
    • Toevs, Elliott A., Joseph F. Guenthner, Aaron J. Johnson, Christopher S. McIntosh, and Michael K. Thornton,  2011 “Identity Preservation systems for Genetically Modified Potatoes.” American Journal of Potato Research, 88(4): 303-308.
    • Whitworth, J. L., P. B. Hamm, and Christopher S. McIntosh, 2010 “Effect of Potato Virus Y on Yield of a Clonal Selection of Russet Norkotah.” American Journal of Potato Research, 87:310-314.  
    • Saito, Y., and Christopher S. McIntosh, 2010 “The Economic Value of Auditing and Its Effectiveness in Public School Operations.” Contemporary Accounting Research, 639-667.
    • Bolotova, Y., K. Muthusamy, Christopher S. McIntosh, and P.E. Patterson, 2010 “Is Stabilization of Potato Price and Supply Effective? Empirical Evidence from Idaho.”  Agribusiness: An International Journal 26(2)177-201.
    • Bolotova, Y., A.V. Karasev, and Christopher S. McIntosh, 2009 “Statistical Analysis of the Laboratory Methods Used to Detect Potato Virus Y.” American Journal of Potato Research. 86:4, 265-271.
    • Bolotova, Y., K. Muthusamy, Christopher S. McIntosh, and P.E. Patterson, 2008 “The Impact of Coordination of Production and Marketing Strategies on Price Behavior: Evidence from Idaho Potato Industry.” International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 11(3)1-30.
  • Awards and Honors
    • Editor, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (JARE), 2012-2016
    • Western Agricultural Economics Association, Undergraduate Teaching Award with more than Ten Years of Experience, 2010
    • R.M. Wade Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Idaho CALS, 2009

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