TOA-MD5.0: A Novel Approach to Multi-Dimensional Impact Assessment
- The TOA Project develops modeling tools that can be used by research teams to improve the understanding of agricultural system sustainability and inform policy decisions.
- The TOA Project also provides training to empower researchers and institutions to use these modeling tools.
- For more information on the Tradeoffs approach, check out these key publications and the TOA project history.
- Click on the TOA-MD image at right for an introduction to what TOA-MD5.0 can do!
"...greater emphasis must be given to producing the data and analytic tools for others to do the research themselves and providing open access to those tools." - Research for Development, World Bank Policy Research Paper 5437, Sept 2010.
- The 2nd Annual Global TOA-MD Workshop was held June 17-21 at OSU in Corvallis.John
- Antle and Roberto Valdivia led and organized the AgMIP TOA-MD Economic Modeling Workshop in Dubai, UAE, April 29 -May 3, 2013. See more information at www.agmip.org
- Download the poster: TOA-MD: An Novel Simulation Approach to Multi-Dimensional Impact Assessment
- Download the poster: TOA-MD: A New Approach to Assess Climate Change Impacts
- John Antle and Roberto Valdivia attended the AgMIP Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Workshop in Accra, Ghana, September 10-14, 2012, and the AgMIP South Asia Regional Workshop in Colombo, Sri Lanka, November 12-16, 2012. See information about these workshops at www.agmip.org
- John Antle, Roberto Valdivia and Jianhong Mu attended the first AgMIP North America meeting in Ames, IA, September 5-7, 2012. A group of economists met at this meeting to discuss possible model inter-comparison and impact assessment activities for the North American region. A summary of the Economics Breakout Sessions is available. Economists from the region are invited to express interest in participation in AgMIP North America.
- The 1st Annual Global TOA-MD Workshop was held June 19-23 at OSU in Corvallis.
- John Antle received the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s prestigious Quality of Research Discovery Award for the paper “Parsimonious Multi-Dimensional Impact Assessment” published in the 2011 AJAE. The award was presented to John at the AAEA Awards & Fellows Recognition Ceremony at the 2012 AAEA Annual Meeting to be held in Seattle from August 12–14, 2012.
- New Methods to Assess Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Poor Agricultural Households by John M. Antle, Roberto Valdivia. Seminar presented at the UK Department for International Development, London, May 10 2012
- Moving Along the Impact Pathway: The Case of IAA in Bangladesh by John Antle & Roberto Valdivia Oregon State University and Charles Crissman & Khondker Murshed-e-Jahan WorldFish Center. Presented at Assessing the impacts of international agricultural research on poverty and under-nutrition: A mid-term workshop for studies commissioned by the CGIAR Standing Panel on Impact Assessment (2011 – 2013),London International Development Centre, May 8-9 2012.