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Shannon Neibergs

Director…, Associate Professor, Extension Economist

EDUCATION

  • 1993 Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Texas A & M University
  • 1987 M.A., Agricultural Economics, Washington State University
  • 1983 B.S., Animal Science, Washington State University

FIELDS OF INTEREST

EMPLOYMENT

  • Associate Professor and Extension Economist, School of Economic Sciences, 2006
  • Assistant and Associate Professor, Department of Equine Business, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, 1995 -2006.
  • Post Doctoral Research Associate, CARD Department of Economics, Iowa State University, 1993-94.
  • Research Associate, Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A & M University, 1990-93.
  • Associate Credit Reviewer, Farm Credit Banks Spokane District, Spokane WA, 1987-90.
  • Agricultural Research Associate, Farm Credit Banks Spokane District/ Washington State University Extension Service (joint position), Spokane/Pullman WA, 1985-87.
  • Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Economics, Washington State University, 1984-85

HONORS AND MEMBERSHIPS

  • NACAA, National Finalist for Team Newsletter, Central Washington Animal Agriculture Team, 2010.
  • NACAA, Regional Finalist for Team Newsletter, Central Washington Animal Agriculture Team, 2008.
  • Meritorious Service Evaluation, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, 2003.
  • Outstanding Service Award Bonus, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, $1,000, 2001.
  • Exceptionally Meritorious Annual Evaluation, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, 1999.
  • Research Award Bonus, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, $1,000, 1998.
  • AAEA Research Poster Competition, Finalist, American Agricultural Economics Association, 1998.
  • Faculty Member of the Year Award, Equine Industry Program, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Louisville, 1997.
  • Best Paper Award, Kentucky Economics Association, 1996.
  • Superior Service Team Award, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University, 1993.
  • Outstanding Thesis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Washington State University, Major Professor – Dr. Norman K. Whittlesey, 1987.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Neibergs, J. Shannon and David Holland, “Dairy Farm Economic Impact and Applications to Extension Programming in Washington State”, Journal of Extension, Revise and Resubmit, November 6 2008, resubmitted and under review.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon, “Speculative Investment: Risk and Return Evidence from Thoroughbred Auction Markets”, Agricultural Finance Review, Revise and Resubmit, October 21, 2008, resubmitted and under review.
  • Bosch, K.A., Powell, D., Neibergs, J.S., Shelton, B., & Zent, W., “Impact of Reproductive Performance over Time and Mare Quality on Economic Returns among Thoroughbred Mares in Lexington, Kentucky USA”. Equine Veterinary Journal. 41:9(2009), 889-894.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon, “The Importance of Estate Planning”, The Good Fruit Grower, 59(2008):52.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon, “Economics of Broodmare Reproduction”, Equine Disease Quarterly 15(2006):4-5.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon, “A Hedonic Price Analysis of Thoroughbred Broodmare Characteristics”, Agribusiness: An International Journal, 17(2001):299-314.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon and Richard Thalheimer, “An Economic Analysis of the Effectiveness of Thoroughbred Breeder/Owner Incentive Policies”, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics,
    31(1999):581-592.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon, “Kentucky Parimutuel Revenue Policy Simulator”, Gaming Research and Review Journal, 5(1999):17-31.
  • Neibergs J. Shannon and Patrick L. Vinzant, “Maximum-Likelihood Estimates of Racehorse Earnings and Profitability”, Journal of Agribusiness, 17(1999):37-49.
  • Neibergs, J. Shannon, “Macroeconomic Conditions and Agribusiness Profitability: An Analysis Using Pooled Data”, International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 1(1998):91-105.
  • Neibergs J. Shannon and Richard Thalheimer, “Price Expectations and Supply Response in the Thoroughbred Yearling Market”, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 29(1997):419-435.

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CONTACT INFO

E-mail address:
sneibergs@wsu.edu
Office Location:
Hulbert 103B
Office Phone:
(509) 335-6360