Assistant Professor of Ag Economics, Purdue University
Elizabeth Yeager holds Ph.D. and B.S. degrees in Agricultural Economics from Kansas State University. Elizabeth’s research and teaching activities are primarily related to agribusiness management and marketing. Elizabeth is the faculty advisor of the Purdue University NAMA team.
Elizabeth’s dissertation research examined the impact of risk and risk preferences on cost- and revenue-based efficiency measures. Other research interests include firm productivity, competitive advantage of firms, and the production and marketing of value-added products.