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Corinne Valdivia

Corinne Valdivia, Ph.D.


Associate Professor
Department of Agricultural Economics

210 Mumford Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
(573) 882-4020
valdiviac@missouri.edu

Corinne Valdivia is an Associate Professor in Agricultural Economics (Division of Applied Social Sciences, CAFNR) and works with the Center for Agroforestry on the economic and human factors that play a role in the adoption of agroforestry practices. She also works to understand the objectives of rural households, their multiple objectives, and the competing economic, environmental and social motivations in their land stewardship decisions. She collaborates with the cluster on social economic and marketing group at the Center for Agroforestry.

Publications

  • Barbieri, C., and C. Valdivia. 2010. Recreation and agroforestry: Examining new dimensions of multifunctionality in family farms. Journal of Rural Studies 26(4):465-473.
  • Barbieri, C., and C. Valdivia. 2010. Recreational multifunctionality and its implications for agroforestry diffusion. Agroforestry Systems 79(1):5-18.
  • Barbieri, C. and C. Valdivia. (in press) Recreation and Agroforestry: Examining New Dimensions of Multifunctionality in Family Farms. Journal of Rural Studies. DOI: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2010.07.001
  • Barbieri, C. and C. Valdivia. 2010. Recreational Multifunctionals and Its Implications for Agroforestry Diffusion. Agroforestry Systems. 79:5-18 DOI 10.1007/s10457-009-9269-z.
  • Valdivia, C., M. Gold, L. Zabek, J. Arbuckle and C. Flora. 2009. Human and Institutional Dimensions of Agroforestry. Chapter 13. In: Garrett, H.E. (ed). North American Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice. 2nd Edition. America Society of Agronomy Inc., Madison, WI. pp 339-367.
  • Barbieri, C. and C. Valdivia. 2009. Recreational Multifunctionality and its Implications for Agroforestry. pp. 475-484 In Gold, M.A. and M.M. Hall, eds. Agroforestry Comes of Age: Putting Science into Practice. Proceedings, 11th North American Agroforestry Conference, May 31-June 3, Columbia MO.
  • Valdivia, C. and C. Poulos. 2009. Factors Affecting Farm Operatorsí Interest in Incorporating Riparian Buffers and Forest Farming Practices in Northeast and Southeast Missouri. Agroforestry Systems. 75: 61-71.
  • Arbuckle, J.G., C. Valdivia, A. Raedeke, J. Green, and J.S. Rikoon, 2009. Non-operator landowner interest in agroforestry practices in two Missouri watersheds. Agroforestry Systems 75:73-82.
  • Barbieri, C., and Valdivia, C. "Recreational multifunctionality and its implications for agroforestry." In M.A. Gold and M.M. Hall (eds.). 2009. Agroforestry Comes of Age: Putting Science into Practice. Proceedings, 11th North American Agroforestry Conference. 475-484.
  • Valdivia, C., and C. Poulos. 2009. Factors affecting farm operatorsí interest in incorporating riparian buffers and forest farming practices in northeast and southeast Missouri. Agroforestry Systems 75:61-71.
  • Valdivia, C., L. Zabek, J. Arbuckle, M. Gold, and C. Flora. "Human and institutional dimensions of agroforestry." In Garrett, H.E. (ed.). 2009. North American Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice. 2nd Edition. Agronomy Society of America, Madison, Wis. Chapter 13.
  • Fregene, E., and C. Valdivia. 2007. Policy and Program incentives for the adoption of agroforestry in Missouri. In Olivier, A. and S. Campeau (eds) When Tree and Crops Get Together: Economic Opportunities and Environmental Benefits from Agroforestry. The 10th North American Agroforestry Conference. June 10-13. pp 583-592. Quebec City, Canada.
  • Valdivia, C. 2007. The Effect of Land Fragmentation on Habitus, Field, and Agroforestry in the Midwest, USA. In Olivier, A. and S. Campeau (eds) When Tree and Crops Get Together: Economic Opportunities and Environmental Benefits from Agroforestry. The 10th North American Agroforestry Conference. June 10-13. pp 621-633. Quebec City, Canada.
  • Flower, T., C. Valdivia, and H. Dorr. 2005. "Habitus and Interest in Agroforestry Practices in Missouri. Selected Paper. American Agricultural Economics. Providence, Rhode Island. July 24-27.
  • Valdivia, C., and C. Poulos. 2005. "Factors Affecting Farm Operators' Interest in Incorporating Riparian Buffers and Forest Farming Practices in Northeast and Southeast Missouri." Proceedings of the Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference 2005. Rochester, Minnesota. June 12-15.
  • Valdivia. C. 2004. The Socio-Economics-Marketing Cluster. Agroforestry Annual Review. Nov. 19. Memorial Union. Columbia, MO.
  • Valdivia, C., and S. Konduru. 2004. Interest in Agroforestry Practices, Farmer Diversification Strategies and Government Transfers in Missouri's Northeast and Southeast. In Proceedings AFTA 2003. The Eighth North American Agroforestry Conference. Agroforestry and Riparian Buffers for Land Productivity and Environmental Stability. S.H. Sharrow, ed. June 23-25, Corvallis, OR. p. 281-296.
  • Raedeke, A., J.J. Green, S.S. Hodge, and C. Valdivia. 2003. "Farmers, the Practice of Farming and the Future of Agroforestry: An Application of Bourdieu's Concepts of Field and Habitus." Rural Sociology. 68 (1):64-86.
  • Valdivia, C., S. Konduru, A. Raedeke, and J. Green. 2003. Landowner Characteristics and Perceptions. The Economic and Social Value of Agroforestry to Rural Development Projects. AEWP 2003-9. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Missouri. Columbia, MO.
  • Valdivia, C. 2003. "The Economic and Social Value of Flood Plain Agroforestry to Rural Development." 5th Annual UMCA Program Review. Nov 20-21. Pp. 95-99. University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry. Columbia MO.
  • Valdivia, C., S. Hodge, and A. Raedeke. 2002. "Rural Livelihoods and Agroforestry Practices in the Missouri Flood Plains." International Farming Systems Association. Small Farms in an Ever Changing World: Meeting the challenges of sustainable livelihoods and food security in diverse rural communities. Nov 17-20. Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
  • Valdivia, C., S. Hodge, and A. Raedeke. 2001. "Rural livelihoods, production systems and farmers' perceptions: Potential agroforestry practices as alternatives in Missouri." Presented at "R&D Policies and Impact Assessment." Organized by NC-208. March 30-31, University of California Berkeley. Berkeley, CA. 15pp.
  • Valdivia, C., A. Raedeke, S. Hodge, J. Green, and L. Godsey. "The Economic and Social Value of Floodplain Agroforestry to Rural Development," Department of Agricultural Economics Working Paper No. AEWP 2000-4. Columbia MO

Related graduate student research

  • E. Fregene. 2007. "Policies and Program Incentives and the Adoption of Agroforesty In Missouri." Unpublished MS Thesis. Department of Agricultural Economics. University of Missouri Columbia. December.
  • H. Dorr. 2006. "Non-Operator and Farm Operator Landowner Interest in Agroforestry in Missouri." Unpublished MS Thesis. Department of Agricultural Economics. University of Missouri Columbia. August.
  • T. Flower. 2004. "Characteristics of Farm Operator Attitudes and Interest in Agroforestry in Missouri." Unpublished MS Thesis. Department of Agricultural Economics. University of Missouri Columbia. December.
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