Elobeid, Dumortier publish in Land Use Policy
Adjunct Assistant Professor Amani Elobeid and CARD faculty collaborator Jerome Dumortier published in the most recent issue of Land Use Policy. Elobeid and Dumortier authored the article "Effects of a carbon tax in the United States on agricultural markets and carbon emissions from land-use change." The article examines three US carbon tax scenarios, ranging from $15–$144 per metric ton of carbon dioxide equivalent, and covering a 10-year projection period and find that the production cost for corn and soybeans increase by a maximum of 32.6% and 22.4%, respectively at a carbon tax of $144 t-1 CO2-e. The full article is available here.
Effects of a carbon tax in the United States on agricultural markets and carbon emissions from land-use change
Jerome Dumortier and Amani Elobeid
Land Use Policy 103(April 2021):105320
(Released February 2021)