Leah Bevis

Assistant Professor, Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics
Faculty

My research focuses on linked dynamics between human welfare and biophysical systems in poor countries, a subject at the nexus of development, health, and resource/sustainability economics. A few of my papers focus on soil degradation, farmer management strategies and farm productivity in rural Uganda. One new paper examines soil fertility, climate shocks and farmer perceptions of soil quality. I am also investigating linkages between soil minerals, crop mineral content, and human health in both Uganda and Ethiopia. A separate strand of my research examines intergenerational income and human capital transmission — and in particular, the role of maternal education and maternal health on later life outcomes.

Leah Bevis
Assistant Professor
Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics
329 Agricultural Administration Building
2120 Fyffe Road, Columbus, OH 43210