Justin Bina

Justin Bina is a Student Fellow in the Center for Risk Management Education and Research. 

Documents & Presentations by Justin Bina
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Demand Dashboards: Interactive Tools to Communicate Consumer Behavior

Published in "Applied Economics Teaching Resources". 

November 27, 2023
COVID-19 Federal Aid and Household Food Expenditures

Published in the Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics.

October 4, 2023
Meat Demand Monitor - Protein Consumption and Physical Fitness

August 2023 Special Report

August 1, 2023
New Meat Demand Monitor Dashboard

K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor and Ph.D. student Justin Bina join us to share information about their latest tool developed for AgManager.info, the Meat Demand Monitor Dashboard. The dashboard allows for users to easily see data collected from across the country on consumer preferences and habits, as well as trending purchases. 

September 21, 2022
9 - Insights from the Meat Demand Monitor Dashboard August 1, 2022
Balancing Beef Processing Efficiency and Resiliency Post-COVID-19 August 1, 2021
Summary of Feeder Cattle Hedging Performance January 11, 2021
Overview Of The CME Group Feeder Cattle Futures Contract June 25, 2019
Measuring Grain Market Price Risk September 5, 2018
Cattle Feeding Risk

K-State livestock economist Ted Schroeder and undergraduate researcher Justin Bina talk about their new analysis of live cattle options trading over the past 15 years...their work shows how the volatility patterns in that trading can be used by cattle feeders to estimate the price risk they're undertaking in feeding cattle at any given point.

January 30, 2018