Mark Brady, Associate Professor

researcher

Mark Brady has a Phd in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Science (SLU), with particular focus on ecologic-economic modeling. His research is mainly on structural and environmental effects on agriculture and the results of agricultural policy. He uses the AgriPolis-model, which he is continuously developing, to analyze the agricultural sector.


Passive farming and land development: A real options approach. Land Use Policy 80, p. 32-46.
Improving agricultural pollution abatement through result-based payment schemes. Land Use Policy 77: 209-219.
Collective Implementation of Ecological Focus Areas - Evaluation of the effects on ecosystem services, agriculture and administration, RAPPORT 6816.
Impacts of direct payments – Lessons for CAP post-2020 from a quantitative analysis
Is Passive Farming A Problem for Agriculture in the EU?. J Agric Econ, 68: 632-650.
Representation of the Scanian regions GMB and GSS in AgriPoliS and recent model extensions
Report on ecological-economic models and evaluation of effects of ecological intensification on farm income. LIBERATION project Deliverable 5.4
Impacts of the CAP’s environmental policy instruments on farm structures, agricultural incomes and public goods, MULTAGRI Policy Brief 02:16
Report on Economic Models Calibrated to Case-Study Landscapes
Optimizing intermediate ecosystem services in agriculture using rules based on landscape composition and configuration indices (published in Ecological Economics)
Managing soil natural capital: a prudent strategy for adapting to future risks. Annals of Operations Research, p. 1-25.
Agricultural policy, lock-in and structural change, report from the Swedish Board of Agriculture, in Swedish with an english summary.
Valuing Supporting Soil Ecosystem Services in Agriculture: a Natural Capital Approach
Managing soil natural capital: An effective strategy for mitigating future agricultural risks?, Agricultural Systems 129(0): 30-39.
Managing ecosystem services for agriculture: Will landscape-scale management pay? Ecological Economics 99: 53-62.
SOILSERVICE: Conflicting demands of land use, soil biodiversity and the sustainable delivery of ecosystem goods and services in Europe. (Soilservice Final Publishable Report).
Joint Production of Food and Wildlife: Uniform Measures or Nature Oases? Environmental and Resource Economics:1-19.
Soil food web properties explain ecosystem services across European land use systems
Urban and agricultural soils: conflicts and trade-offs in the optimization of ecosystem services
An agent-based approach to modeling impacts of agricultural policy on land use, biodiversity and ecosystem services (Landscape Ecology:1-19)
How to Design a Targeted Agricultural Subsidy System: Efficiency or Equity? (PLoS ONE 7(8):e41225)
The Interdependence between Rainfall and Temperature: Copula Analyses (The Scientific World Journal 2012:11)
Disaggregated impacts of CAP reforms
Impact of decoupling and modulation in the European Union: A sectoral and farm level assessment
Impact of CAP reform on the environment: some regional results
The Cap and Future Challenges (European Policy Analysis 11 (2009) p 1-13)
Fixing problems in fisheries – integrating ITQs, CBM and MPAs in management. Marine Policy 33 (2009), 258-263.
Impacts of Decoupled Agricultural Support on Farm Structure, Biodiversity and Landscape Mosaic: Some EU Results.
Journal of Agricultural Economics 60(2009) sid 563-585
Methodology for including environmental outputs in cost and profit functions
Environmental Impacts of Decoupled Agricultural Support: a Regional Assessment
Methodology for Assessing the Regional Environmental Impacts of Decoupling: A Focus on Landscape Values

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mark.brady@slu.se

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AgriFood Economics Centre
att: Mark Brady
Box 730
220 07 Lund

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AgriFood Economics Centre
Scheelevägen 15 D
223 63 Lund

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