My term as editor of the American Journal of Agricultural Economics finished on December 31, 2017.

UBC has a policy that faculty supervisors of graduate students must have funding in place before a M.Sc. or Ph.D. graduate student can be accepted into a UBC graduate program. I currently have no funding to support in-coming graduate students or post-doctoral fellows. In addition I am currently not considering requests to supervise/host graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, visiting faculty members, etc. who have their own source of funding.

Working Paper

Vercammen, J. “Information Rich Wheat Markets in the Early Days of COVID-19
(see below for published version of this paper)
Covid19-Wheat Market Vercammen

The other papers in the COVID-19 CJAE Special Issue can be found at:

Vercammen, J. “Hedging Agricultural Commodities: A Structural Analysis”

Journal Articles

Vercammen, J. “Information Rich Wheat Markets in the Early Days of COVID-19”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Special Issue, forthcoming ( )

Vercammen, J. “The Dynamics of Farm Investment in Environmental Public Goods and Beneficial Management Practices”, CAES Fellows Address, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, forthcoming (March, 2019).

Vercammen, J. “A Welfare Analysis of Conservation Easement Tax Credits”,  Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 6(1) (2019): 43 – 71. Working paper version:  Conservation Easement Feb 2018

Vercammen, J. and A. Doroudian, “Portfolio Speculation and Commodity Price Volatility in a Stochastic Storage Model”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 96 (2014):517-532.

Fulton, M. and J. Vercammen “Optimal NGO Financing of a Resource Management Certification Scheme”, Environmental and Resource Economics Volume 58, Issue 4 (2014), Page 605-626.

Vercammen, J. “Agri-Environmental Regulations, Policies, and Programs”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 59 (2011): 1 – 18.

Fulton, M. and J. Vercammen, “Optimal Two-Part Pricing in a Carbon Offset Market: A Comparison of Organizational Types”, Southern Journal of Economics, 76 (2009): 513-532.

Vercammen, J., “Farm Bankruptcy Risk as a Link between Direct Payments and Agricultural Investment”, European Review of Agricultural Economics, 34 (2007): 479-500.

Gulati, S. and J. Vercammen, “Time Inconsistent Resource Conservation Contracts”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 52 (July, 2006): 454-468

Gulati, S. and J. Vercammen, “The Optimal Length of an Agricultural Carbon Contract”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 53 (December, 2005): 359-373

Vercammen, J. “Economic Features of Canadian Organic Food at the Mass Retail Level”, Current Agriculture, Food and Resource Issues 5 (May, 2004): 108-18.

Alston, J., V. Smith and J. Vercammen, “When Do Export Subsidies Have a Redistributional Role? Comment” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, May 2004, v. 86, iss. 2, pp. 543-48

Vercammen, J. “Cooperative Investment and the Value of Contracting with Transaction Costs”, Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization 1 (No. 1, 2003): article 1.

Vercammen, J., “Welfare Improving Adverse Selection in Credit Markets”, International Economic Review, 43 (November, 2002): 1017-1033.

Hyde, C. and J. Vercammen, “Credit Contracting and Bidding under Wealth Constraints”, Economic Theory, 20 (November, 2002): 703-732.

Vercammen, J., “Trucking Fuel Taxes and Economic Efficiency in Grain Transportation”, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 26 (December, 2001): 523-38.

Vercammen, J., “Optimal Insurance with NonSeparable Background Risk”, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 68 (September, 2001):

Vercammen, J., “Option Contracts as a Solution to the Holdup Problem in Agrifood Markets, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 48 (2000):

Vercammen, J., “Constrained Efficient Contracts for Area Yield Crop Insurance”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82 (2000): 856-864.

Vercammen, J., “Irreversible Investment under Uncertainty and the Threat of Bankruptcy”, Economics Letters, 66 (2000): 319-25.

Vercammen, J. and D. Pannell, “The Economics of Crop Hail Insurance”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 48 (2000): 87-98.

Vercammen, J., “Impact on Western Grain Rail Rates from an Elimination of the Legislated Rate Cap”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 47 (1999): 251-64.

Vercammen, J., “Export Credit as a Mechanism for Price Discrimination”, Canadian Journal of Economics, 31 (1998): 279-94.

Hyde, C. and Vercammen, J. “Crop Insurance: Moral Hazard and Contract Form”, Journal of Agricultural Economics, 48 (1997): 391-405.

Vercammen, J., M. Fulton and C. Hyde, “Non-Linear Pricing Schemes for Agricultural Co-operatives”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 78 (1996): 572-84.

Vercammen, J., “Hedging with Commodity Options when Price Distributions are Skewed”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 77 (1995): 935-45.

Vercammen, J. “Credit Bureau Policy and Sustainable Reputation Effects in Credit Markets”, Economica, 62 (1995): 461-473.

Fulton , M. and J. Vercammen, “The Distribution Impacts of Non-Linear Pricing Schemes for Co-operatives”, Journal of Co-operation, Fall (1995): 112-118.

Vercammen, J. “Capital Constraints and Optimal Hedging in Factor Markets”, Economics Letters, 45 (1994): 433-39.

Vercammen, J. and G.C. van Kooten, “Moral Hazard Cycles in Individual Coverage Crop Insurance,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 76 (1994): 250-61.

Vercammen, J. “Diversification by the Prairie Pools: Motives, and Implications for Rules of Governance”, Canadian Journal of Agri­cultural Economics, 41 (1993): 453-58.

Gaspar, V., C. Gatette and J. Vercammen, “Optimal Hedging under Alterna­tive Capital Structures and Risk Aversion: A Comment”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 40 (1992): 499-502.

Vercammen, J. and A. Schmitz, “Supply Management and Import Concessions”, Canadian Journal of Economics, XXV (1992): 957-71.

Vercammen, J. and M. Fulton, “The Economic Implica­tions of Farm Interest Groups’ Beliefs”, American Journal of Agricul­tural Econ­omics, 72 (1990): 851-63.

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