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Obed Quaicoe

Assistant Professor

Obed Quaicoe
College
College of Ag & Environ Sciences

Department
Agribusiness Econ Agriscience

Contact
Carver Hall 154 B
Education
B.S.Agricultural Economics / University of Ghana
M.S.Agricultural Economics / North Carolina A&T State University
Ph.D.EES EE Science & Economics / North Carolina A&T State University

Bio

Dr. Obed Quaicoe is an assistant professor in the Department of Agribusiness, Applied Economics, and Agriscience Education at North Carolina A&T State University. He teaches agribusiness courses in econometrics, production economics, advanced macroeconomics, economic development, research methods, and special problems in agribusiness at the graduate level. He also teaches undergraduate food & agribusiness marketing, and agricultural prices and forecasting. His research interests revolve around economics of small-holder farms,conservation agricultural policies, and applied econometrics.

Research Interests

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Energy Economics, International Trade, Agricultural Economics, Applied Econometrics, Conservation Policies in Agriculture.

Recent Publications

  • Fafanyo Asiseh, Owusu Andrew, Quaicoe Obed (The Effect of Family Dynamics on High School Adolescent in Ghana). In VINCENT B. VAN HASSELT, PHD, pp. 12. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse.
  • Godfrey Ejimakor, Obed Quaicoe, Fafanyo Asiseh (2017). (Agricultural Factor Use and Substitution in the Southeastern United States). Studies in Agricultural Economics.
  • Fafanyo Asiseh, Cephas Naanwaab, Obed Quaicoe (2018). (The Association between Food Insecurity and Child Health Outcomes in Low and Middle-Income Countries). 20, pp. 79 - 90. Journal of African Development.
  • Obed Quaicoe, Fafanyo Asiseh, Omoanghe Isikhuemhen (2020). (The Business of Hemp in North Carolina: Where the Rubber Meets the Road). In Murray State's Digital Commons, (2) 1, Journal of Agricultural Hemp Research.
  • Gina Greenway, Fafanyo Asiseh, Obed Quaicoe (2021). (A Cost Benefit Analysis of IPM Decision Support Tools for Potato Psyllids in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12230-021-09823-6, American. Journal Potato Research.