About Dr. Vedenov:
Dr. Dmitry Vedenov is an Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. His research interests are in commodity futures, risk management, agribusiness finance, decision-making under uncertainty, crop insurance and dynamic models in economics. Dr. Vedenov received his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from The Ohio State University. Prior to his appointment with Texas A&M he worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Georgia.
Agribusiness, Finance, Risk Management
Fei, C., Vedenov, D.V., Stevens, R., and Anderson, D.P. "Single-Commodity versus Joint Hedging in Cattle Feeding Cycle: Is Joint Hedging Always Essential?" Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2021.
Liu, P., Vedenov, D.V., and Power, G.J. "Is Hedging the Crack Spread No Longer All It's Cracked Up to Be?" Energy Economics, 63(3), 2017: 31–40.
Power, G.J., Vedenov, D.V., Anderson, D.P., and Klose, S. "Market Volatility and the Dynamic Hedging of Multi-Commodity Price Risk" Applied Economics, 45(27), 2013: 3891–3903.
Power, G.J., and Vedenov, D.V. "Dealing with Downside Risk in a Multi-Commodity Setting: A Case for a "Texas Hedge"?" Journal of Futures Markets, 30(3), 2010: 290–304.
Vedenov, D.V., and Power, G.J. "Risk-Reducing Effectiveness of Revenue Versus Yield Insurance in the Presence of Government Payments." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 40(2), 2008: 443–459.
PhD (Agricultural Economics) The Ohio State University
MA (Economics) The Ohio State University
MS (Applied Economics and Computers) Moscow Inst. Phys. Tech.