Jonathan Law

Economist
202-694-5544
jonathan.law@usda.gov

Background

Jonathan Law is an Economist in the Farm Economy Branch, Rural and Resource Economics Division, working on farm income estimates.  Before that he specialized in dairy industry outlook and estimating commodity costs and returns using ARMS data.  He has also worked in socioeconomic research and analysis, comprehensive planning, and transit planning.

Education

M.S. in Economics, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015

Master of City and Regional Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015

M.S. in Geography, University of Tennessee, 2008

B.A. in Geography, Auburn University, 2004

Selected Publications

Cessna, J., and J. Law, 2015-present. Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook.  USDA, Economic Research Service.

Gooch, E., J. Law, and R. Hoskin, 2017. China Dairy Supply and Demand.  LDPM-282-01, USDA, Economic Research Service, December.

Immergluck, D., and J. Law, 2013.  “Speculating in crisis: the intrametropolitan geography of investing in foreclosed homes in Atlanta,” Urban Geography 35(1):1-24.

Law, J.  2013. Uprading a Cluster Through Regionally Produced Advanced Human Capital: A Health IT Case Study.  Georgia Innovation Internship, Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, August.

Addy, S., C. Trent, K. Gabler, and J. Law,  2011. Alabama in the Global Economy.  Center for Business and Economic Research, University of Alabama, April.