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E-mail address:
mccluskey@wsu.edu
 
Office Location:
Hulbert 111E
Office Phone: (509) 335-2835
   
   
   
 

Jill McCluskey

Professor

FIELDS OF INTEREST

  • Product Quality and Industrial Organization
  • Consumer Preferences for food, technology, and information
  • Environmental Quality and Land Use

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., 1998, Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
  • M.S., 1995, Agricultural & Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
  • M.A., 1993, Economics, Georgetown University
  • B.A., 1989, Business Economics and Political Science, UC Santa Barbara

SELECTED AFFILIATIONS, EDITORIAL & SERVICE POSITIONS

  • Chair of Graduate Studies
  • Faculty Associate, Robert Mondavi Center for Wine Economics, University of California, Davis, 2009 - present.
  • Associate Editor, European Review of Agricultural Economics, 2012-present
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Wine Economics, 2006 – present.

CURRENT TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS

  • Spring 2014: EconS 503-PhD Microeconomic Theory II

CURRENT  DOCTORAL ADVISEES

  • PhD expected May 2014: Jadrian Wooten
  • PhD expected Dec 2014: Georgina Mitchell
  • PhD expected May 2015:  Zarrina Juraqulova, Tongzhe Li, Alisher Mamadzhanov, Pratikshya Sapkota Bastola
  • PhD expected May 2017: Megan Waldrop

CURRENT  GRANTS

  • “Commercialization of New Crop Varieties,” Emerging Research Issues Internal Competitive Grant, Office of Research, College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, Washington State University, PI: J. McCluskey, $35,971, 1/1/2014 to 1/31/2015.
  • "The Two-Body Problem: An Evaluation of University Partner Accommodation Policies with Implications for Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion of STEM Women,” National Science Foundation, (PI: J. McCluskey, with B. Cowan, J. Kmec, & T. Byington, amount: $450,000, dates: 8/16/13 to 8/15/16.
  • "SEP : Consortium for Nature-Inspired Lignocellulosic Biomass Processing,” National Science Foundation, co-PI with PI Shulin Chen, amount: $1,900,000, dates: 10/1/12-9/30/16.  

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