Charles E. Curtis, Jr.

Professor and
Extension Ag. Economist
Applied Economics & Statistics


252 Barre Hall
Phone: 864.656.5781
Fax:     864.656.5776


Curriculum Vita:


Ph.D. Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska, 1985
M.S. Agricultural Economics, University of Georgia, 1979
B.S. Agricultural Economics, University of Georgia, 1977

Research and Extension Interests:

Commodity Marketing
Risk Management
Agricultural Policy


Selected Publications:

Piggott, N., G. Shumaker and C. Curtis. 2003. Southeast Grain Marketing Handbook: Soybeans, Corn and Wheat Prices & Basis for North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina 1997-2002, Southern Regional Risk Management Center Publication

Seamon, V. F., K. H. Kahl, and C.E. Curtis, Jr. 2001 "Regional and Seasonal Differences in the Cotton Basis." Journal of Agribusiness, 19 (Fall 2001): pp. 147-161.

Haeberle, C. G., K. Kahl and C. E. Curtis, "A Comparison of Historic and Implied Volatility for Predicting Option Premiums," Journal of Agribusiness, 8: 2, (1991)

Angel, A., C. P. Rosson and C. E. Curtis, "Changing Competition in the World Soybean Market: A Comparative Analysis," Abstract in Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 23, No.1, (1991)




Copyright 2004, Department of Applied Economics & Statistics, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634-0313.

updated 4/14/04