Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences
(TAEA)-AFLS-Agri Economics and Agri business
Di Fang is a Chinese native. She received a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus on Agribusiness from Morrison School of Agribusiness in W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University in 2015. She received her BA in Economics from Nankai University in China in 2009. Fang’s research interest includes economics modeling, marketing, obesity, public health, and spatial analysis. She has published in the Journal of Agricultural and Resources Economics, Contemporary Economic Policy, American Journal of Public Health, and International Food and Agribusiness Review. She has presented in academic conferences including Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA), Marketing Science (ISMS), Western Agricultural Economics Association (WAEA), International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) and Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM).
Ph.D. in Business Administration (Agribusiness)
Fang, D. Chong, J. and Wilson, JR. Comparative Predicted Probabilities based on Retrospective Data with Binary Links American Journal of Public Health 105.5(2015).
Fang, D., Richards, TJ., and Bradley R. Optimal Licensing of Agricultural Patents: Fees versus Royalties: Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 40(2015): 1-22.
Richards, TJ., William, JA., and Fang D. Media Advertising and Ballot Initiatives: the Case of Animal Welfare Regulation Contemporary Economic Policy 31(2013): 145-162.
Chan-Halbrendt C., Fang, D., and Yang F. ‘Tradeoff between Shopping Bags Made of Non-degradable Plastics and Other Materials. The Case of Tianjin, China. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 12.4 (2009): 179-197.