Charles Nicholson

Clinical Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
Department: Supply Chain and Information Systems
Office: 467 Business Building
Phone: 814-863-3229
Fax: 814-863-7067
E-mail: cfn10@psu.edu
Member of Faculty Since: 2012


Expertise

Agricultural and Food Supply Chains, Food Systems, International Development


Publication List

Tigabu, A. D., C. F. Nicholson, A. S. Collick and T. S. Steenhuis, "Determinants of household participation in water source management: a case from Ethiopia", Water Policy, 2013, 15, 985-1000.

McRoberts, K., C. Nicholson, R. Blake, T. Tucker, G Diaz-Padilla, "Group Model Building to Assess Rural Dairy Cooperative Feasibility in South-Central Mexico", International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 2013, 16, 56-98.

Stephens, E., C. Nicholson, D. Brown, D. Parsons, C. Barrett, J. Lehmann, D. Mbugua, S. Ngoze, A. Pell and S. Riha, "Modeling the Impacts of Natural-Resource Based Poverty Traps on Food Security in Kenya: The Crops, Livestock and Soilds in Smallholder Economic Systems (CLASSES) Model", Food Security, 2012, 4, pp. 423-439.

van Wijk, M., M. Rufino, G. Baldi, S. Desta, M. Herrero, C. Nicholson, S. Tezera, J. Hansen, "Demonstrating a Generic Framework and Tools for Modeling Resilience of Farm Households to Climate-Related Risk", CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security, 2012, 4, pp. 423-439.

Nicholson, C., M. Gómez and O. Gao, "The Costs of Increased Localization for a Multiple-Product Supply Chain: Dairy in the United States", Food Policy, 2011, 36, pp. 300-310.

Whitman, T., C. Nicholson, D. Torres and J. Lehmann., "Climate Change Impacts of Biochar Cook Stoves in Western Kenyan Farm Households: System Dynamics Model Analysis", Environmental Science and Technology, 2011, 45, pp. 3687-3694.

Parsons, D., C. Nicholson, R. Blake, Q. Ketterings, L. Ramirez-Aviles, D. Fox, L. Tedeschi, and J. Cherney., "Development and Evaluation of an Integrated Simulation Model for Assessing Smallholder Crop-Livestock Production in Yucatán, Mexico", Agricultural Systems, 2011, 104, pp. 13-19.


Media Mention

Study Results Suggest Federal Milk Marketing Order Could Benefit California Dairy Producers,  AgWeb


Editorship

Agricultural Systems, 2013-present

Editorial Board, Agricultural Systems, 2005-2013


Education

PhD, Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University,  1996 

MS, Agricultural Economics, Cornell Unversity,  1990 

BA, Economics, University of California, Davis,  1982 


Courses

SCM 404, Demand Fulfillment

SCM 497A, Logistics Case Study Analysis