Bekkerman, Anton

Assistant Professor
Agricultural Economics and Economics
Montana State University - Bozeman
Professional Summary: 

Anton Bekkerman joined the Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics at Montana State University as an Assistant Professor of Economics after receiving his Ph.D.
in Economics from North Carolina State University in 2009. His research interests include price analysis in grain markets, the economic impacts of invasive species, and applied
econometrics with a concentration on spatial modeling. Anton’s recent works focus on evaluating market-based risk management of invasive species, modeling grain price
behavior in spatially separated markets, improving producers’ price hedging ability using futures markets, and understanding the impacts of consumers’ quality perceptions on bull prices. He has also performed research in information economics and across disciplines, investigating consumer behaviors in bull auctions and assessing the benefits of adopting cover crop farming practices. On campus, Anton teaches Econometrics and the Economics of Agricultural Marketing; he is also the advisor to the
Collegiate Young Farmers and Ranchers student organization.

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