John Urbanchuk, Ph.D.
Discipline Taught: International Marketing
Completed Ph.D. course work in Economics, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. M.A. Economics, Temple University , 1974. B.S. Economics, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park PA, 1967. Graduate , U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, KS, 1979. Graduate, U.S. Army Foreign Area Officer Program, JFKCENMA, Ft. Bragg, NC, 1982.
LECG, LLC, Wayne, PA Director 10/02 to present Design and execute consulting projects involving the application of economic science for a wide range of industries including agriculture and food, renewable fuels, biotechnology and crop protection, consumer finance, housing, and consumer products. Functional specializations include econometric modeling and forecasting, valuation issues and estimation of reasonable royalty rates and economic damages resulting from infringement of patents and other intellectual property. Projects include domestic and international market and pricing analysis, business and marketing strategy development, technology assessment, corporate development, public policy and regulatory issues analysis, and regional economic impact analysis. Prepare and deliver testimony as an expert witness before judicial bodies, Congressional committees, state legislative bodies, and regulatory agencies.
AUS CONSULTANTS, INC. ,Moorestown, NJ Executive Vice President 7/94 to 10/02 Vice President 8/91-7/94 Manage consulting practice in applied economics specializing in agriculture and food, renewable fuels, biotechnology and crop protection, consumer finance, housing, and consumer products. Provided consulting for valuation issues and estimation of reasonable royalty rates and economic damages resulting from infringement of patents and other intellectual property.
ERIVAN K. HAUB SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, SAINT JOSEPH'S UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, PA Adjunct Professor of Marketing 1/92-Present Teach graduate courses in International Marketing, Marketing Management, Industrial Policy, and Central and Eastern Europe and Russia in the Global Marketplace.
HILL AND KNOWLTON, INC. ,Washington , DC Senior Vice President and Chief Economist 12/88-8/91 Vice President 8/87-12/88 Responsible for managing firm's economics consulting division that provided clients with a full range of economic and public policy consulting services. Directed a staff of six professionals, two support staff, and contract consultants with full P&L responsibility for an operating division that generated $1.5 million in annual revenues. Provided counseling to clients in the areas of economic and agricultural policy analysis and corporate planning support. Member of firm's Management Committee.
WHARTON ECONOMETRIC FORECASTING ASSOCIATES, Philadelphia, PA Vice President 4/87-7/87 Director, International Agriculture Service 3/80-4/87 Managed WEFA International Agriculture Model and all consulting activities in the agriculture and the food industry. Member of firm's Professional Board.
CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY, Camden , NJ Manager, Economic Research 5/76-3/80 Responsible for analysis of the global economic, social, political, and demographic environment for the strategic planning process. Wrote the external business environment chapter of the corporate strategic plan and worked with operating divisions to implement the strategic plan. Managed analysis of the competitive environment and participated on the corporate merger, acquisition, and diversification team that was responsible for the acquisition of Vlasic Foods, the introduction of branded fresh produce, and the new packaging technologies.
THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia, PA Business Research Associate, Corporate Planning and Research Department 9/73-5/76 Responsible for analysis of the external business environment as part of the strategic planning process.
THE PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK, Philadelphia, PA Planning Staff Member 3/70-9/73 Coordinated the planning process for long range planning by the bank's senior management. Prior position: Project Analyst with PNB's Edge Act subsidiary Philadelphia International Investment Corporation.
MILITARY SERVICE :Army of the United States Infantry Officer 12/67-1/70 Vietnam service as Public Administration Advisor, MACV-CORDS (I Corps) Politico-Military Officer (Former Soviet Union-East Europe) 2/70-4/85 Politico-Military Division, Strategy Plans and Policy Directorate, DCSOPS, HQDA (1981-1985). Current Status: Major, USAR (Retired) Highest Security Clearance: Top Secret (SCI) Decorations: Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Republic of Vietnam Civic Action Honor Medal, First Class.
"Estimating Damages for Infringement of Agricultural Biotechnology-Derived Products (New)" In Parr, Russell, L. Intellectual property Infringement Damages: A Litigation Support Handbook . Second Edition 2001 Cumulative Supplement. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York . 2001.
"Commodity Markets, Farm-Retail Spreads, and Macroeconomic Condition Assumptions in Food Price Forecasting" American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 79, No. 5, 1997.
"Is the U.S. Falling Behind in Farm Technology?" in Dennis T. Avery (ed.), Global Food Progress 1991, Hudson Institute, Indianapolis, 1991.
"Planting Seeds for the New Farm Bill." Executive Challenge, Spring 1990.
"Developments in U.S. Agricultural Policy and Implications for the European Community," Identifying Change in European Agriculture: The Contribution of Marketing Research , E.S.O.M.A.R., Strasbourg, May 1987.
"Economic Condition and Prospects for Agriculture and Rural Business" Toward the Next Generation of Farm Policy, Vol. 2, Joint Economic Committee of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1983.
Testimony before the New Mexico State Economic, Rural Development and Telecommunications Committee Regarding the Implications for the New Mexico Economy of Investment in Broadband Telecommunications Infrastructure. November 1999. Deposition regarding economic damages in the matter of Design By Us Company v. Best Foods, Inc. and Sherri Cup, Inc . Civil Action No. 98CV736. September 1999.
Testimony before the Michigan Public Service Commission, Case No. U-11916 Regarding Proper Transfer Pricing Rules for Affiliate Transactions, July 1999.
Deposition Regarding Economic Damages Regarding Patent Infringement in the Matter of Fort James Corporation v. Sweetheart Cup Company, Inc. Civil Action No. 97-C-1221. United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Testimony before the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of State, Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons, Board File No. 98-60-03572, Scott Imports, Inc. d/b/a Main Line Honda v. American Honda Motor, Co., Inc. Expert Witness Testimony in Support of Dealer Protest of a New Open Point. Harrisburg, PA. April 1999.
Plant Genetics Systems v. Novartis Seeds, Inc., Civil Action No. 96-459, United States District Court for the District of Delaware (Farnan, J.). Expert witness testimony for plaintiff on the issue of infringement damages regarding agricultural-genetic patented invention, November 1998.
Plant Genetics Systems, N.V. v. Ciba Seeds, Mycogen Plant Science Inc. and Agrigenetics, Inc., Civil Action No. 1:95CV00741, United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, Durham Division (Osteen, J.). Deposition testimony on the issue of economic damages to Plant Genetic Systems, N.V., resulting from infringement of United States Patent Nos. 5,254,799 and 5,545,565 (corn seeds genetically altered to produce toxins from the Bacillus thuringiensis bacterium), January 1998.
"Potential Economic Impact of the Expansion of Gambling on the Horse Racing and Commercial Horse Industries and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ". Testimony before the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives. Pittsburgh, May 29, 1996.
"Contribution of the Commercial Horse Industry to the Economy of Pennsylvania." Testimony before the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the Senate of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, March 22, 1995.
Expert Witness Testimony before the American Arbitration Association, Case No. 39-188-00075-97, Schilling Jeep-Eagle, Inc. v. Chrysler Corporation in support of dealer protest of a new open point. Memphis, TN, January 19-20, 1998.
Deposition Regarding the Economic Damages to Plant Genetic Systems, Inc. Resulting from Infringement of United States Letters Patent Nos. 5,254,799 and 5,545,565 (corn seeds genetically altered to produce the Bacillus thuringiensis bacterium) in the Matter of Civil Action No.1:95CV00741, January 1998.
Deposition Regarding Expert Report on Damages Relative to Patent Infringement. PGS v.Ciba, Mycogen and Agrigenetics, Civil Action No. 1:95CF00741. Washington, D.C., December 1997.
"Implications of the Crown-Vista Energy Project for the Economy of New Jersey." Testimony before the State of New Jersey General Assembly and Rules Committee, June 22, 1995.
"Contribution of the Commercial Horse Industry to the Economy of Pennsylvania." Testimony before the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the Senate of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, March 22, 1995.
"Implications for the Washington Economy of Eliminating the Eight Percent Combined State and Local Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers." Testimony before the Committee on Ways and Means of the Washington State Senate. Olympia, January 1995.
"Deposition, Direct Testimony, and Cross-Examination on the Economic Impacts of EBDC Label Restrictions." Administrative Court, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, D.C., May 1994.
"Impact of AB1313, A Bill to Create a 6 Percent Tax Credit for Firms Locating or Expanding Corporate Headquarters in California." Testimony before the Committee on Revenue and Finance of the California Assembly. Sacramento, May 1994.
"Deposition and Direct Testimony Regarding the Economic Effects on New Jersey of Freehold Cogeneration Associates (FCA) Cogeneration Facility." In the matter of the application of Jersey Central Power & Light Company for approval of the power purchase agreement between Jersey Central Power & Light Company and Freehold Cogeneration Associates, L.P. State of New Jersey Board of Regulatory Commissioners. BRC Docket No. EM 92030359, March 1994.
"Economic Analysis of the Impacts of a Change in State Sales and Use Taxes." Testimony before the Capital Equipment Advisory Council of the Minnesota State Legislature. St. Paul, November 1993.
"Economic Implications of the Asset Disposition and Revitalization Credit to Reduce RTC Debt." Testimony before the Subcommittee on Taxation of the Senate Finance Committee hearings on S.1787. Washington, D.C., October 1991.
California Pesticide Residue Initiative:"Probable Effects on U.S. International Trade in Agricultural Food Products." Testimony presented before the United States International Trade Commission on Investigation No. 332-292. Washington, D.C., July 1990.
"The Impact of Bovine Somatotropin (bST) on Agriculture and the U.S. Economy." Testimony before the Committee on Science and Technology of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Madison, May 1989.
"Macroeconomic Implications of Mandatory Production Controls for U.S. Agriculture." Testimony before the House Agriculture Committee, Wheat, Soybeans and Feed Grains Subcommittee. Washington, D.C., March 1987.
"Impact of Removing United States Government Price and Income Support Programs on the U.S. Corn Sector." Testimony presented before the Canadian Import Tribunal in the matter of the corn countervail investigation. Ottawa, February 1987.
"Economic Implications of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster." Testimony before the Senate Agriculture Committee (in closed session). Washington, D.C., May 1986.
"Impact of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster on Soviet Agriculture, World Food Supplies, and the U.S. Farm Economy." Testimony before the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress. Washington, D.C., May 1986.
"Impact of the Packwood/Senate Finance Committee Tax Reform Proposal on U.S. Agriculture." Testimony before the Subcommittee on Agriculture and Transportation of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress. Washington, D.C., April 1986.
"Economy-Wide Impacts of Agriculture Sector Loan Losses." Testimony before the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization of the House Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs Committee. Washington, D.C., October 1985.
"Implications of Implementing the President's Tax Reform Plan on American Agriculture." Testimony before the House Committee on Ways and Means. Washington, D.C., July 1985.
Selected Conference Presentations
Energy Security and Ethanol :Presentation to the Renewable Fuels Association National Ethanol Conference. San Diego, March 2002.
Moving Toward Energy Independence, the Contribution of Biodiesel. U.S. Department of Energy/NREL Biodiesel Workshop. Albany, March 2002.
The Economics of Ethanol in Pennsylvania. U.S. Department of Energy/NREL Ethanol Workshop. August, 2001.
The Economic Contribution of Biodiesel as an Alternative Fuel. Presentation to the American Soybean Association Board of Directors. St. Louis, July 2001.
Ability of the U.S. Ethanol Industry to Replace MTBE. Presentations to the Governor's Ethanol Coalition, National Governor's Conference, State College, PA. and the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fuel Development, Semiannual Management Meeting, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. July 2000.
Ethanol for New Jersey : Economic feasibility of Small-scale Ethanol Production in Central New Jersey. Presentation to the New Jersey Farm Bureau Annual Meeting. November 1999.
U.S. Agriculture: Problems and Prospects. Presentation to the USDA Risk Management Agency. Washington, D.C. February 1999.
Issues and Challenges for the Global Marketplace. 17th Sulphur Phosphate Symposium. Boca Raton. January 1999.
The Worldwide Future of Agriculture. Presentation to the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture. Philadelphia. December 1998.
Soya as a Functional Food. Paper presented to the Latin American Congress on Nutrition, Latin American Nutrition Society. Guatemala City. November 1997.
U.S. Agriculture : Challenges and Opportunities in an Uncertain Future. Presentation to the Pennsylvania Council of Cooperatives. State College, PA. October 1997.
Commodity Markets, Farm-Retail Spreads, and Macroeconomic Condition Assumptions in Food Price Forecasting. Paper presented at the 1997 Annual meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association. Toronto. July 1997.
Financing in Today's Global Markets.Paper presented at the 16th Sulphur Phosphate Symposium.Palm Beach. January 1997.
Strategic Planning in the Food Industry.Paper presented at the III Congreso Nacional La Industrial Alimentaria y Exposicion Industrial, AGTA _ 96. Guatemala City. May 1996.
Marketing of Functional Foods. Paper presented at the III Congreso Nacional La Industrial Alimentaria y Exposicion Industrial, AGTA _ 96. Guatemala City. May 1996.
Soy Protein Uses in the Food Industry. Paper presented at the Seminar on Industrial Support sponsored by the United Soybean Board and American Soybean Association. San Jose, Costa Rica. March 1996.
Soybeans as a Functional Food : Processing, Marketing and Promotion of Enriched Flour Formulations Using Soy Protein. Paper presented at the Regional Congress on Food and Nutrition Safety sponsored by INCAP and the American Soybean Association. Guatemala City . September 1995.
Global Hot Spots or Not : An Economic Perspective. Paper presented at the 15th Sulphur Phosphate Symposium. January 1995.
Beyond 2000, Planning for Future Markets. Paper presented at the 14th Sulphur Phosphate Symposium. March 1994.
Agriculture Situation and Outlook for the Commonwealth of Independent States (Former Soviet Union). CF Industries Annual Planning Meeting. January 1994.
Outlook for Ethanol. USDA Outlook Conference. Washington, D.C. November 1992.
Market Research in Product Defense : The Case of EBDC Fungicides. American Marketing Association. November 1992.
Implications of Tax Reform for American Agriculture. Paper presented at the Indiana University School of Business 40th Annual Business Conference, Indianapolis, May 1986.
Hungarian Agriculture in a Global Environment. Paper presented at the Eighth U.S.-Hungarian Economic Roundtable, Budapest, Hungary, December 1983.
Projections of Soviet Agricultural Trade. Paper presented at the New England Slavic Association 6th Annual Conference, Boston, October 1982.
An Economic Analysis of Legislation for a Renewable Fuels Requirement for Highway Motor Fuel s. Client: The Renewable Fuels Association, National Corn Growers Association and American Soybean Association. March 2002.
Macroeconomic Impacts of S.1058: Legislation to provide a biofuels credit.Client: National Biodiesel Board. January 2002.
The Applicability of Economic Feasibility Studies to Support Investment in New Ethanol Plants.Client: The National Corn Growers Association and Nebraska Corn Board. November 2001.
Legal and Environmental Issues Facing New Ethanol Producers.Client:The National Corn Growers Association. June 2001.
Ethanol's Role in Mitigating the Adverse Impact of Rising Energy Costs on U.S. Economic Growth . Client: The Renewable Fuels Association. February 2001.
Valuation of Brand Equity for Nabisco, Inc. Client: Philip Morris, Inc. January 2001.
Valuation of the Global Market for Cellulose Acetate Wound Dressings. Client: Celanese Acetate LLC. October 2000.
Export Guide to Pennsylvania Agriculture: Identifying Export Opportunities for Pennsylvania Agriculture. (with Dr. Nancy M. Childs). Client: The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. October 2000.
Agricultural Input Market Analysis for the Seaway Grain Processors, Inc. Cornwall , Ontario Ethanol Plant: Grain and Co-Product Supply, Demand, and Price Outlook 2000-2010 . Client: DG Bank Deutsche Genossenschaftsbank AG. August 2000.
Assessment of the Market Potential for Zeolite A (Sodium Alumino Silicate Hydrate).. Prepared for Albemarle Corporation. April 2000.
Ability of the U.S. Ethanol Industry to Replace MTBE. Prepared for the Governor's Ethanol Coalition. April 2000.
Analysis of Inputs Markets for the Production of Fuel Ethanol, Vital Wheat Gluten, and Distillers Dried Grains.Prepared for AgriTechnology Corporation and Credit Suisse First Boston Corporation. February 2000.
The Economic Feasibility of Small-Scale Dry Mill Ethanol Production in New Jersey . Prepared for the New Jersey Farm Bureau. December 1999.
Implications for the New Mexico Economy of Investment in Broadband Telecommunications Infrastructure. Client: Intel Corporation. November 1999.
Economic Implication of a Shortage of Technical Support Specialists in the Information Technology Sector. Client: Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide on behalf of CompTIA. August 1999.
Report of Damages Regarding Patent Infringement Damages Specific to Home Care Industries, Inc. v. Fitzpatrick. File No. 8740, July 1999.
Report of Damages in the Matter of Design By Us Company v. Best Foods, Inc. and Sherri Cup, Inc. Civil Action No. 98CV736. Client: Sherri Cup and Best Foods, Inc. (July 1999) Report of Damages Regarding Trademarks Infringement Specific to America On Line (AOL) v. AT&T Corporation. Case No. 98-1821-A, April 1999.
Report of Damages Specific to Fort James Corporation v. Sweetheart Cup Company, Inc. Civil Action No. 97-C-1221. Prepared for Fort James Corporation. February 1999.
Report of Damages Specific to Plant Genetic Systems N.V. v. Novartis Seeds, Inc., Civil Action No.96-459. Prepared for Plant Genetic Systems, Inc., May 1998.
Report of Damages Specific to Plant Genetic Systems N.V. v. Ciba Seeds, Mycogen Plant Science, Inc. and Agrigenetics, Inc., Civil Action No.1:95CV00741. Client: Plant Genetic Systems, Inc., November 1997.
Analysis of the Proposal by American Honda Motor Co., Inc. to Establish a New Point in Berwyn, Pennsylvania . Pr epared on behalf of Scott Imports, Inc. d/b/a/ Main Line Honda, April 1999.
Public Interest Document for the Miticide Cyhexatin: Pome Fruit, Strawberries, Grapes, Hops, Almonds, Walnuts, and Ornamentals. Prepared for and Submitted to the USEPA on behalf of Elf Atochem North America, Inc., February 1999.
The Long Term Impact of Vertical Integration of Agricultural Production in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (with Dr. Kate A. Smith). Prepared for t he Center for Rural Pennsylvania, June 1998.
Assessment of the Market for Concrete Block and Related Products in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. Prepared for Liberty Concrete Products, Inc., June 1998.Independent Expert Review of Alternative Ethanol Supply Curves Used in the Energy Information Administration's National Energy Modeling System. Prepared for the Energy Information Administration, Office of Integrated Forecasting and Analysis, U.S. Department of Energy, May 1998.
Implications for the California Economy of Increased Telecommunications Bandwidth. Prepared for Intel Corporation, February 1998.
Econometric Analysis of the Relationship between the Prices of Inputs and Outputs of the American Agri-Technology Great Falls Ethanol Facility. Prepared for the Trust Company of the West, January 1998.
Analysis of Chevrolet Motor Division's Proposal to Relocate James Miller Chevrolet to Matteson, Illinois. Prepared for Phillips Chevrolet, January 1998.
Analysis of Chrysler Corporation's Proposal to Establish a Jeep-Eagle Dealership in Southaven, Mississippi : Summary of Conclusions and Findings. Prepared for Schilling Jeep-Eagle, December 1997.
Impacts on Agriculture of Full Implementation of EPA's New National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone and Particulate Matter. Prepared for the Ag Air Quality Working Group, October 1997.
Impact of the Partial Exemption from Federal Excise Taxes on Motor Fuel for Ethanol Producers. Prepared for the Renewable Fuels Association, July 1997.
Public Interest Document for Fosthiazate Use on Potatoes, Peanuts, Tobacco, and Tomatoes. Prepared for ISK Biosciences. April 1997. Economic Contribution of the California Hass Avocado Industry. Prepared for the California Avocado Commission. July 1996.
The Consumer Impacts of an Elimination of the Partial Excise Tax Exemption for Ethanol. Prepared for the National Corn Growers Association and the Renewable Fuels Association, June 1997.
Ethanol: Fueling an Economic Engine. Macroeconomic and Fiscal Impacts of Ethanol Production Under the 1996 Farm Bill. Prepared for the Renewable Fuels Association, March 1996. Public Interest Document for Sulfentrazone: Soybeans. Prepared for FMC Agricultural Products Group. March 1996.
Public Interest Document for Emamectin Benzoate: Cole Crops, Head Lettuce, and Celery. Prepared for Merck Research Laboratories. January 1996.
Economic Implications for Pennsylvania of Extending the Sales and Use Tax for Agriculture to the Commercial Horse Industry. Prepared for the Pennsylvania Live Horse Racing Council, November 1995.
Economic Incentive to Transship Imported Mexican Avocados from Restricted Northern Markets. Analysis Prepared for The California Avocado Commission. October 1995.
Economic Feasibility, Benefit and Market Potential of Polyhydroxyalkanoic acids (PHA) Polymer Derived from Soybeans. Prepared for the Procter & Gamble Company. May 1995.
An Analysis of the Full Implications for Federal Government Revenues and Outlays of the Partial Exemption for Alcohol Fuels from the Excise Tax on Motor Fuels. Analysis prepared for the Renewable Fuels Association, March 1995.
Contribution of the Commercial Horse Industry to the Economy of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (with Dr. Cathy Smith, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, Penn State University). Research study prepared for the Pennsylvania Live Horse Racing Association, December 1994.
Potential Effects of River Boat Gaming on the Pennsylvania Race Horse Industry and the Pennsylvania Economy. Study prepared for the Pennsylvania Live Horse Racing Association, December 1994.
Impact for the Washington Economy of an Elimination of the 8 Percent Combined State and Local Sales and Use Tax on Capital Equipment Spending. Study prepared for the Association of Washington Business, November 1994.
The Impact of Sega of America 's Operations on the Economy of the San Francisco Metropolitan Area and California, June 1994.
Impact for the California Economy of an Exemption for the Manufacturing Sector From a 6 Percent Sales Tax on Machinery and Equipment Spending. Study prepared for Southern California Edison to support testimony before the California State Assembly, August 1993.
Potential for Irreparable Damage to CertainTeed Corporation Resulting from a Listing of Fiberglass on the National Toxicology Program Report on Carcinogens, June 1993. The Impact of Nintendo of America 's Operations on the Economy of the Seattle, Washington Metropolitan Area, February 1993.
Cotton and the Environment. Position paper prepared for Cotton, Inc., December 1992.
Economic Implications of the Anti-Dumping Complaints Lodged by American Steel Companies Against the Canadian Steel Industry. Study prepared for Stelco, Inc., October 1992.
Consumer Perceptions and Attitudes Regarding California Seafood and the California Seafood Industry and Recommended Marketing Strategies to Improve the Image of the Industry and Increase Consumption. Research study conducted for the California Seafood Council, September 1992.
Economic Implications of the Commercial Introduction of the Polygalacturonase Gene for Fresh Tomatoes in the United States. Study prepared for Campbell Soup Company. February 1991.
Metropolitan Area Demand for Gasoline and Ethanol: Implications of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. Research report prepared for the National Corn Growers Association, February 1991.
A Proposed Tariffication Regime for Banana Imports into the European Community. Research report prepared for Chiquita Bananas, Inc., December 1990.
Economic Implications of the Food Safety and Pesticide Provisions of the California Environmental Protection Act of 1990. Research report prepared for The Western Agricultural Chemicals Association, February 1990.
Economic Contribution of the Animal Health Drug Industry. Research report prepared for The Research Coalition for Animal Health and Productivity, September 1988.
Prospects for Reduction of SO2 and NOx Emissions in the U.S. Research report prepared for C-I-L, Inc., April 1988.