Marcel Aillery

Agricultural Economist
202-694-5511
maillery@ers.usda.gov

Briefly

Marcel Aillery is an Agricultural Economist in the Conservation and Environment Branch within the Resource and Rural Economics Division of ERS.

Background

Specializing in water resource policy issues and agriculture, Marcel’s research agenda has included work on irrigation and drought management, animal waste management, conservation program design, Endangered Species Act (ESA)-listed species recovery, and climate change adaptation.

Education

Marcel earned an M.S. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Arizona in 1984.

Selected Publications

Marshall, E., M. Aillery, S. Malcolm, and R. Williams. 2015. Climate Change, Water Scarcity, and Adaptation in the U.S. Fieldcrop Sector, ERR-201, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, November.

Marshall, E., M. Aillery, S. Malcolm, and R. Williams. 2015. "Agricultural Production under Climate Change: The Potential Impacts of Shifting Regional Water lances in the United States," American Agricultural Economics Association Invited Paper, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97(2):568-588.

Ribaudo, M., J. Savage, and M. Aillery. 2014. An Economic Assessment of Policy Options to Reduce Agricultural Pollutants in the Chesapeake Bay, ERR-166, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, June.

Wallander, S., M. Aillery, D. Hellerstein, and M. Hand. 2013. The Role of Conservation Programs in Drought Risk Adaptation, ERR-148, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, April.

Schaible, G., and M. Aillery. 2012. Water Conservation in Irrigated Agriculture: Trends and Challenges in the Face of Emerging Demands, EIB-99, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, September.

Malcolm, S., E. Marshall, M. Aillery, P. Heisey, M. Livingston, and K. Day-Rubenstein. 2012. Agricultural Adaptation to a Changing Climate: Economic and Environmental Implications Vary by U.S. Region, ERR-136, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, July.

Malcolm, S., M. Aillery, and M. Weinberg. 2009. Ethanol and a Changing Agricultural Landscape, ERR-86, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, November.

Aillery, M., N. Gollehon, V. Breneman, and S. Bucholtz. 2009. "Modeling Firm Spatial Interdependence Using National Data Coverages: A Regional Application to Manure Management," Natural Resource Modeling 22(1), Spring.

Claassen, R., M. Aillery, and C. Nickerson. 2007. Integrating Commodity and Conservation Programs: Design Options and Outcomes, ERR-44, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, October.

Aillery, M., N. Gollehon, R. Johansson, J. Kaplan, N. Key, and M. Ribaudo. 2005. Managing Manure To Improve Air and Water Quality, ERR-9, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, September.

Negri, D., N. Gollehon, and M. Aillery. 2005. "The Effects of Climatic Variability on U.S. Irrigation Adoption,” Climatic Change 69(2):299-323.

Ribaudo, M., N. Gollehon, M. Aillery, J. Kaplan, R. Johansson, M. Peters, L. Christensen, J. Agapoff, and V. Breneman. 2003. Manure Management for Water Quality: Costs to Animal Feeding Operations of Applying Manure Nutrients to Land, AER-824, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, June.

Schaible, G., and M. Aillery. 2003. "Irrigation Technology Transitions in the Mid-Plains States: Implications for Water Conservation/Water Quality Goals and Institutional Changes," International Journal of Water Resources Development 19(1):67-88.

Aillery, M., R. Shoemaker, and M. Caswell. 2001. "Agriculture and Ecosystem Restoration in South Florida: Assessing Tradeoffs from Water-Retention Development in the Everglades Agricultural Area," American Journal of Agricultural Economics 83(1):183-95.

Aillery, M., M.R. Moore, M. Weinberg, G. Schaible, and N. Gollehon. 1999. "Salmon Recovery in the Columbia River Basin: Analysis of Measures Affecting Agriculture," Marine Resource Economics 14(1):15-40.