The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agricultural economics, Agricultural productivity, Computable general equilibrium, Global warming and Natural resource economics. The Agricultural economics study combines topics in areas such as Livestock, Biofuel and Land use, land-use change and forestry. His Agricultural productivity research includes elements of Economic impact analysis, Development economics, Productivity, Poverty and Food security.
Thomas W. Hertel studied Development economics and Food prices that intersect with Developing country. His work carried out in the field of Computable general equilibrium brings together such families of science as Industrialisation and Production. His Natural resource economics study combines topics in areas such as Climate change mitigation, Economy, Globalization and Market integration.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Natural resource economics, Computable general equilibrium, Agricultural economics, International economics and Econometrics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Production, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Productivity, Biofuel and Food security in addition to Natural resource economics. Thomas W. Hertel combines subjects such as Livestock and Agricultural productivity with his study of Agricultural economics.
His Agricultural productivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Total factor productivity and Food prices. His studies deal with areas such as Welfare, Liberalization and International trade as well as International economics. His research in Free trade intersects with topics in Poverty, Trade barrier and Commercial policy.
Thomas W. Hertel spends much of his time researching Natural resource economics, Food security, Agricultural productivity, Agricultural economics and Productivity. His studies in Natural resource economics integrate themes in fields like Production, Water scarcity, Yield, Food prices and Scarcity. His research investigates the connection between Food security and topics such as Water resources that intersect with problems in Environmental resource management.
His Agricultural productivity study incorporates themes from Total factor productivity, Scale, Econometrics and Factoring. As a member of one scientific family, Thomas W. Hertel mostly works in the field of Agricultural economics, focusing on Computable general equilibrium and, on occasion, Tariff. His research integrates issues of Technological change, Allocative efficiency and Terms of trade in his study of Productivity.
Thomas W. Hertel mainly focuses on Natural resource economics, Food security, Agricultural productivity, Productivity and Agricultural economics. His Natural resource economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water scarcity, Computable general equilibrium, Environmental resource management, Distribution and Poverty. His work deals with themes such as Environmental economics and Land use, land-use change and forestry, which intersect with Computable general equilibrium.
His Food systems and Food prices study in the realm of Food security connects with subjects such as Work and Good practice. His Agricultural productivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Total factor productivity, Econometrics, Supply and demand, Labour economics and Economic rent. His study in Agricultural economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Production, Irrigation and Yield.
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Global Trade Analysis: Modeling and applications
Thomas W. Hertel.
GTAP Books (1997)
Systems integration for global sustainability
Jianguo Liu;Harold A. Mooney;Vanessa Hull;Steven J. Davis.
How Confident Can We Be in CGE-Based Assessments of Free Trade Agreements?
Thomas Hertel;David Hummels;Maros Ivanic;Roman Keeney.
Economic Modelling (2007)
Structure of GTAP
Thomas W. Hertel;Marinos E. Tsigas.
Framing Sustainability in a Telecoupled World
Jianguo Liu;Vanessa Hull;Mateus Batistella;Ruth DeFries.
Ecology and Society (2013)
Globalization of land use: distant drivers of land change and geographic displacement of land use
Patrick Meyfroidt;Eric F Lambin;Eric F Lambin;Karl-Heinz Erb;Thomas W Hertel.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2013)
Effects of US Maize Ethanol on Global Land Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Estimating Market-mediated Responses
Thomas W. Hertel;Alla A. Golub;Andrew D. Jones;Michael O'Hare.
The poverty implications of climate-induced crop yield changes by 2030
Thomas W. Hertel;Thomas W. Hertel;Marshall B. Burke;David B. Lobell.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2010)
Biofuels and their by-products: Global economic and environmental implications
Farzad Taheripour;Thomas W. Hertel;Wallace E. Tyner;Jayson F. Beckman.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2010)
Climate Change, Agriculture, and Poverty
Thomas W. Hertel;Stephanie D. Rosch.
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (2010)
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