Fellow in Agribusiness Co-operatives
- PhD, Illinois
- MSc, Illinois
- BSc, Wisconsin-River Falls
Eric's research interests lie at the intersection of agribusiness management and agricultural finance. Currently, he is interested in how dynamic capabilities affect managerial decision making and firm performance for agribusiness firms.
Recent publications include:
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2015. “The Effect of Market Orientation on Learning, Innovativeness, and Performance in Primary Agriculture.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 63, no. 2: 209–33.
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2014. “The Value of a Positional Advantage for Agricultural SMEs.” Small Enterprise Research 19, no. 2: 54–73.
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2013. “Market Driven Innovation and Entrepreneurial Behaviour: The Strategic Value of a Market Orientation in Primary Agriculture.” International Journal of Agricultural Management 3, no. 1 (October): 21–29.
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2011. “Market Orientation and Firm Performance across Value Disciplines in the Illinois Beef Sector.” International Journal of Agricultural Management 1, no. 2 (October): 38–48.
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2010. “The Moderating Effects of Trust and Commitment on Market Orientation, Value Discipline Clarity, and Firm Performance.” Agribusiness 27, no. 3: 360–78.
Blumthal, M., N.D. Paulson, E.T. Micheels and R. Farrell. (2010) “A Guatemalan Soycow Cooperative: Is the Whole Greater than the Sum of Its Parts?” International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 13, no. 4: 157–72.
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2009. “Do Market Oriented Firms Demonstrate Clarity on Their Value Discipline? Evidence from Illinois Beef Producers.” International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 12, no. 3: 127–52.
Eric T. Micheels and Hamish R. Gow. 2008. “Market Orientation, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Examination of the Illinois Beef Industry.” International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 11, no. 3: 31–55.