Marcel Aillery

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.