Ph.D., Oregon State University
M.S., Oregon State University
B.A., University of Washington
Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Michigan State University
Notable Publications and Presentations (downloadable)
- Sustainability as a Wicked Problem. 2010. Professor Batie’s presention in a Sustainable Michigan Endowed Project (SMEP) Academy on the topic “Taking Sustainability Seriously: The Role of Knowledge Institutions”.
- Reganold, J.P. D. Jackson-Smith, S.S. Batie, R. R. Harwood, J.L Kornegay, D. Bucks, C.B. Flora, J.C. Hanson, W. A. Jury, D. Meyer. A Schumacher, Jr. R. Schmsdorf, C. Shennan, L.A. Thrupp, and P. Willis. 2011. Transforming U. S. Agriculture. Science 332:670-671.
- Batie,Sandra S. 2010, Taking Conservation Seriously as a Wicked Problem: In Managing Agricultural Landscapes for Environmental Quality II: Achieving More Effective Conservation. Eds. Peter Nowak and Max Schnepf 143-145 Ankey Iowa, Soil and Water Conservation Society.
- Kornegay, J.L., R.R. Harwood and S.S. Batie et al. 2010. Towards Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st Century. Washington, DC: National Academy of Science, National Research Council. 570pp.
- Batie, Sandra S. 2009. Green Payments and the U.S. Farm Bill: Information and Policy Challenges. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (7): 380-388.
- Batie, Sandra S., Mercuro, N. (Eds.). 2008. Alternative Institutional Structures: Evolution and Impact. London: Routledge Press.
- Batie, Sandra S. 2008. Wicked Problems and Applied Economics. American Journal of Agriculture Economics. 90 (5): 176-1191.
- Srivastava, Lorie and Sandra S. Batie (2001). The Effect of Uncertainty on Compliance with Environmental Performance Standards: Total Maximum Daily Loads in Michigan. Final Report to the Great Lakes Protection Fund. Lansing, Michigan. (July 15).