Suzette Pedroso Galinato
M.A. Economics, 2002, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada
B.S. Economics, 1998, University of the Philippines-Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
Fields of Interest
Environmental economics, Development economics,
Farm production, Sustainable agriculture
2007-present Research Associate, IMPACT Center, School of Economic Sciences, WSU
2002-2008 Consultant, The World Bank, Washington, D.C.
2000-2002 Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics,
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
1998-2000 Research Assistant, Department of Economics, University of the Philippines,
Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
- Belasco, E., S. Galinato, T. Marsh, C. Miles, and R. Wallace. 2013. “High Tunnels Are My Crop Insurance: An Assessment of Risk Management Tools for Small-Scale Specialty Crop Producers.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 42(2): 403-418.
- Galinato, G.I. and S.P. Galinato. 2013. “The Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of Corruption Control and Political Stability on Forest Cover.” Ecological Economics, 89: 153-161.
- Galinato, S.P. and C.A. Miles. 2013. “Economic Profitability of Producing Tomato and Lettuce in Western Washington under Open Field and High Tunnel Production Systems.”HortTechnology, 23(4): 453-461.
- Cassey, A., S.P. Galinato, and J. Taylor. 2012. “Environmental Regulation and Regional Economy: Economic Impacts of the Elimination of Azinphos-methyl on the Apple Industry and Washington State.” Journal of Food Distribution Research, 43(2): 14-35.
- Galinato, G.I. and S.P. Galinato. 2012. “The Effects of Corruption Control, Political Stability and Economic Growth on Deforestation-Induced Carbon Dioxide Emissions.”Environment and Development Economics,17(1): 67-90.
- Galinato, S.P., D.L. Young, C.S. Frear, and J.K. Yoder. 2011. “Will Washington Provide Its Own Feedstocks for Biofuels?” Western Economic Forum, 10(1): 21-31.
- Galinato, S.P., J.K. Yoder, and D. Granatstein. 2011. “The Economic Value of Biochar in Crop Production and Carbon Sequestration.” Energy Policy, 39(10): 6344-6350.
- Yoder, J.K., S.P. Galinato, D.Granatstein, and M. Garcia-Perez. 2011. “Economic Tradeoff between Biochar and Bio-oil Production via Pyrolysis.” Biomass and Bioenergy, 35: 1851-1862.
- Galinato, S.P., C.A. Miles, and J. Wimer. 2014. 2013 Cost Estimation of Producing Seedless Watermelon in Eastern Washington. Washington State University Extension Publication FS150E.
- Galinato, S.P., R.K. Gallardo, and C.A. Miles. 2014. 2013 Cost Estimation of Establishing a Cider Apple Orchard in Western Washington. Washington State University Extension Publication FS141E.
- Gallardo, R.K. and S.P. Galinato. 2012. 2012 Cost Estimates of Establishing, Producing, and Packing Red Delicious Apples in Washington. Washington State University Extension Publication FS099E.
- Galinato, S.P. and T.W. Walters. 2012. 2011 Cost Estimates of Producing Strawberries in High Tunnel in Washington. Washington State University Extension Publication FS093E.
- Galinato, S.P., C.A. Miles, and S.S. Ponnaluru. 2012. 2011 Cost of Producing Head Lettuce in High Tunnels in Western Washington. Washington State University Extension Publication FS092E.
- Galinato, S.P., C.A. Miles, and S.S. Ponnaluru. 2012. 2011 Cost Estimates of Producing High-Tunnel Tomatoes in Western Washington. Washington State University Extension Publication FS090E.
- Young, D.L., S.P. Galinato, and T.L. Marsh. 2012. “Concerned about Camelina: Why Eastern Washington Wheat Growers Rejected the 2011 BCAP Camelina Incentive Program.” Wheat Life, 55(6): 24-28.
- Galinato, G.I., S.P. Galinato, H.H. Chouinard, M.R. Taylor and P.R. Wandschneider. 2011.Agritourism in Washington State: An Industry Profile. Washington State University Extension Publication EM040E.
- Yoder, J., C.R. Shumway, P. Wandschneider, D. Young, H. Chouinard, A. Espinola-Arredondo, S. Galinato, C. Frear, D. Holland, E. Jessup, J. Lafrance, K. Lyons, M. McCullough, K. Painter and L. Stodick. 2010. Biofuel Economics and Policy for Washington State. Washington State University Agricultural Research Center Research Bulletin XB1047E. 135 pp.
- Granatstein, D., C. Kruger, M. Garcia-Perez, H. Collins, J. Yoder and S. Galinato. 2009. “Biochar and Pyrolysis: Renewable Soil Carbon and Energy.” Sustaining the Pacific Northwest: Food, Farm and Natural Resource Systems, 7(4): 1-5.
On-going Collaborative Research
- Assessment of the Cider Market: Pilot Study in Washington State
- Developing a Management Strategy for Little Cherry Disease
- Economic Costs and Benefits of Soil Improvement Practices
- Effectiveness of a Pacific Northwest Revenue-Neutral Carbon Tax in the Context of the Federal Biofuel Policy
- Grafting Watermelon: A New Sustainable Management Practice for Soilborne Disease and a New Value-Added Enterprise for Washington
- Market Development and Production Research for the Cider/Perry Industry
- Performance and Adoptability of Biodegradable Plastic Mulch for Sustainable Specialty Crop Production
- Production Cost Estimation of Establishing a Cider Apple Orchard in Washington State
- WA 38 Rootstock and Training Systems
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