Naveen Adusumilli

Adusumilli, Naveen
Title Adusumilli, Naveen
Department Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
E-mail NAdusumilli@agcenter.lsu.edu
Address 1 101 Martin D. Woodin Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone 225-578-3282
Fax 225-578-2716

Professional Appointments

 Assistant Professor-Extension Economist, Water Policy/Production Economics, LSU Agricultural Center, 2014-Present

 Economist/Science Fellow, Natural Resources Defense Council, 2012-2014

 Research Assistant, Texas A&M University, 2009-2012

• Pathways Fellow, Texas A&M University, 2007-2009

• Graduate Assistant, West Texas A&M University, 2005-2007


Training

Ph.D.; Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, 2012

M.S.; Agricultural Business and Economics, West Texas A&M University, 2007

B.S.; Systems Agriculture, N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, India, 2004

Specialization

• Water Policy

• Environmental and Production Economics

 Extension Responsibilities

To establish an outreach program through workshops, trainings, and publications, among others, to inform farmers and policy makers on cost-efficient solutions on conservation of natural resources, nutrient management strategies, and analysis of agricultural policy.

Research Interests

One: I have an ongoing line of research on the topic of economic evaluation of best management practices to improve water quality, soil health, and irrigation efficiency.

Two: I have a broad interest in the use of social sciences to evaluate farmers’ behavior to adoption of tools that address water quality, soil health, and water quantity management in agriculture.


Refereed Journal Articles

Adusumilli, N.C., S. Davis, and D. Fromme. 2016. “Economic evaluation of using surge valves in furrow irrigation of row crops in Louisiana: A net present value approach.” Agricultural Water Management 174(2016):61-65.

Adusumilli, N.C., R. D. Lacewell, C. R. Taylor, and M. E. Rister. 2016. “Economic Assessment of Producing Corn and Cellulosic Ethanol Mandate on Agricultural Producers and Consumers in the United States.” Economics Research International. doi:10.1155/2016/6842837

Musumba, M., J. W. Mjelde, and N. C. Adusumilli. 2015. “Remittance receipts and allocation: a study of three African countries.” Applied Economics 47(59): 6375-6389.

Adusumilli, N. 2015. "Valuation of Ecosystem Services from Wetlands Mitigation in the United States." Land 4(1): 182-196.

Adusumilli, N., T. Lee, M.E. Rister, and R.D. Lacewell. 2014. “The Economics of Mitigation of Water Pollution Externalities from Biomass Production for Energy.” Resources 3(4): 721-733.

Adusumilli, N.C. and A. Leidner. 2014. “The U.S. Biofuels Policy: Review of Economic and Environmental Implications.” American Journal of Environmental Protection 2(4): 64‑70.

Leidner, A., and N.CAdusumilli. 2013. Estimating Effects of Improved Drinking Water and Sanitation on Cholera. Journal of Water and Health 11(4): 671-683.

Extension Publications

Adusumilli, N, D. Fromme, and S. Davis. 2016. Evaluation of Net Profits from Surge Irrigation in Row Crops in Louisiana. Publication-3566. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. and E. Girouard. 2016. New Changes for the NRCS-COnservation Stewardship Program(CSP). Publication-3561. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. and B. Handy. 2016. Efficiency Improvements to Irrigation Systems and Potential Savings in Irrigation Costs for Louisiana Row Crop Production. Publication-3562. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. 2015. Waters of the United States Rule. LSU AgCenter Publication-3456. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. 2016. Irrigation-related changes in the final rule for Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). Web document. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. 2016. Can Irrigation History Waiver Pave the Path for More Conservation in the State?. Web document. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. 2016. Groundwater Withdrawal Permits in Mississippi. Web document. LSU AgCenter.

Adusumilli, N. 2016. A Tax on Efficient Irrigation can be costly to Farmers in Louisiana. Web document. LSU AgCenter.

Magazine Articles

Adusumilli, N. 2015. A Quick Outlook of the New Clean Water Act Rule. Louisiana Crops Newsletter 5(6): 3.

Adusumilli, N., and S. Davis. 2015. Addressing agricultural water challenges in Louisiana through research and extension: LSU AgCenters’ STAMP program. Louisiana Agricultural Consultants Association Newsletter, Spring Issue 2015, Vol 20: 4.

Davis, S. L., and N. Adusumilli. 2015. Efficient irrigation saves water and money: The STAMP Program. Louisiana Agriculture (Winter 2015) 58(1): 8-9.


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