Todd Kuethe is an economist with the Farm and Rural Business Branch in the Resource and Rural Economics Division. Todd conducts research on land values and farm management.
Todd holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University, an M.S. in Agribusiness Economics from Southern Illinois University, and a B.S. in Economics from Saint Louis University, John Cook School of Business.
"Regional Housing Price Cycles: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis Using US State Level Data" with Valerien Pede. (Forthcoming) Regional Studies.
"Consumer Willingness to Pay for Fresh Pork Attributes" with Dwight Sanders and Wanki Moon. (2007) Journal of Agribusiness, 25(2): 163-179.
"Arkansas Catfish Farmers and Marketing Contracts: Some Insights into Motivations" with Kwamena K. Quagrainie and Carole R. Engle. (2007) Aquaculture Economics and Marketing, 11(1): 39-51.