Jisang Yu

Risk Management, Economics of Risk and Uncertainty, Farm Policy Analysis, Applied Econometrics

Assistant Professor, K-State Dept. of Agricultural Economics. 

305A Waters Hall
Manhattan , KS
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Documents & Presentations by Jisang Yu
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Confined Animal Feeding Operations and Kansas Land Values April 30, 2024
Pasture, Rangeland and Forage Insurance and Conservation Reserve Program


August 1, 2022
14 - Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance and Conservation Reserve Program August 1, 2022
15 - Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Returns to US Field Crop Production August 1, 2022
Temperature and Crop Losses

Agricultural economist Jisang Yu and statistician Gyuhyeong Goh talk about a novel approach they've developed for gauging the direct relationship of temperature extremes to crop production losses...they used USDA crop insurance data and a statistical variable selection model to measure those impacts on tree crops, and plan to apply this informative analytical tool to conventional field crops as well.

January 27, 2022
Climate Change and Crop Insurance

K-State agricultural economist Jisang Yu and Ed Perry talk about their recent study, which linked increases in growing-season temperature to yield risk for corn and soybeans, and then tied that to the potential impact on crop insurance premium rates...they used local crop insurance "cause of loss" data to arrive at their findings.

September 29, 2020
Rainfall Index Insurance

K-State agricultural economist Jisang Yu talks about his new analysis of the Risk Management Agency (RMA)'s insurance program for pasture and forage managers, called Rainfall Index Insurance Program for Pasture, Forage and Rangeland (PRF-RI)...he and his colleagues examined how well the RMA’s rainfall indices explain the individual forage yield.

September 17, 2018
Crop Insurance Analysis

K-State agricultural economists Dustin Pendell and Jisang Yu discuss their new study of crop insurance and its influence on farm survival in tough economic times. They used Kansas Farm Management Association data to determine if crop insurance allows an operation to stay in business longer, and found that it, in fact, does. 

December 4, 2017
Effects of Crop Insurance on Farm Survival November 15, 2017
16. How Crop Insurance Affects Farm Business Survivability August 1, 2017