Documents & Presentations by Joseph Janzen
Market Facilitation Program Payments
K-State agricultural economist Joe Janzen talks about his analysis of the USDA's latest round of Market Facilitation Program payments, attempting to explain the variations in MFP payment rates from county to county...he will be presenting his findings at the K-State Risk and Profit Conference coming up later this week on the campus.
|August 19, 2019
|3. Trade Conflict and Trade Aid
|August 1, 2019
Trade Aid for Farmers
K-State agricultural economist Joe Janzen discusses the probable market impact of another round of "trade aid" for farmers, based on past experiences...he looks at the direct payment approach which was taken last year with the Market Facilitation Program, as well as many years of surplus grain purchases by the government for humanitarian purposes.
|May 15, 2019
Futures Market Price Limits
K-State agricultural economist Joe Janzen talks about the effects of futures market price limits on commodity price movement following significant market news events...that's a topic he spoke on at the recent Agricultural Commodity Futures Conference hosted by Kansas State University and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
|April 19, 2019
Commodity Futures Trading
New K-State agricultural economist Joe Janzen talks about his research background on the structure and function of commodity markets...and he looks at what low-frequency traders should know about high-frequency commodity futures trading, a topic he addressed at the recent Risk and Profit Conference at K-State.
|September 4, 2018
|12. High Frequency Trading in Agricultural Futures Markets: What Low Frequency Traders Should Know
|August 1, 2018