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Ardian Harri

Ardian Harri

Associate Professor, Graduate Coordinator

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Education
  • Ph.D, Oklahoma State University, 1999
  • M.S., Oklahoma State University, 1996
  • B.S., Fan S. Noli University, 1992
Research Interests
  • Econometric and statistical methods to analyze the economic factors inherent in the production and marketing of agricultural products
Biography:
Ardian Harri research focuses on the use of econometric and statistical methods to analyze the economic factors inherent in the production and marketing of agricultural products. He has published several articles in the top agricultural economics journals and teaches graduate classes in econometrics, survey design and agribusiness risk as well as the undergraduate commodity and financial futures market class. Harri has received several honors in his career including being a Fulbright Scholar at Oklahoma State University and the Mississippi State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award.

Recent Publications

  • Annan, F., J. Tack, A. Harri, K.H. Coble. 2014. Spatial pattern of yield distributions: Implications for crop insurance. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 96:253-268. Download

  • Tack, J.B., A. Harri, and K.H. Coble. 2012. More than mean effects: Modeling the effect of climate on the higher order moments of crop yields. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94(5):1037-1054. Download

  • Harri, A., and K.H. Coble. 2011. Normality testing: Two new tests using L-Moments. Journal of Applied Statistics 38(7):1369-1379. Download

  • Harri, A., K.H. Coble, A.P. Ker, and B.K. Goodwin. 2011. Relaxing heteroscedasticity assumptions in area-yield crop insurance rating. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93(3):703-713. Download

  • Liang, Y., J.C. Miller, A. Harri, and K.H. Coble. 2011. Crop supply response under risk: Impacts of emerging issues on Southeastern U.S. agriculture. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 43(2):181-194. Download