The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities (JPMCC) produces academic and applied research for the broad commodity practitioner audience. Our Center sponsors an annual Research Symposium, with a bi-annual GCARD publication, in partnership with our global Research Council and Industry expert partners.
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The symposium's objective is to bring together global thought leaders and prominent stakeholders in commodities from both academia and industry to discuss their critical thinking and new research related to commodities. The focus of research is on real-world relevance of commodities research with academic rigor.
Sessions are limited to outstanding research and comprise of competitively selected and solicited papers, as well as industry research leaders’ presentations and industry panel discussions. In addition to traditional paper presentation sessions, we will have poster presentation sessions to showcase quality papers.
August 15 - 16, 2022
2022 Research Symposium
Academic & Applied Research
Global Commodities Applied Research Digest (GCARD)
The JPMCC is the home of an innovative bi-annual e-publication, the Global Commodities Applied Research Digest (GCARD), which is generously sponsored by Integrated Portfolio Intelligence, LLC, FourPoint Energy, LLC, and the CME Group. The purpose of the digest is to highlight for practitioners the key findings of applied research on topical issues in the agricultural, metals and mining, and energy markets as well as in commodity finance.
The aim of the digest is to serve the Center’s applied research mission by informing commodity-industry practitioners on research that will either directly impact their businesses or will impact public policy in the near future. The selection of articles is based on how relevant articles are to the concerns of professionals engaged in the business of commodities.
Until now, there has not been an accessible source of concise information about current research across commodity segments: the GCARD precisely fills this marketplace gap. An additional goal is to encourage dialog amongst stakeholders in the various commodity disciplines.
Research Council Members
Our Research Council Members are an integral part of the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities. Our Research Council is made up of leading Academic professionals and industry practitioners from around the world and across the commodity sectors. These experts provide valuable input for future commodity research direction and focus for the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities and also assist in selecting prime research for our annual Research Symposium.
John Baffes, Ph.D., World Bank
Craig Pirrong, Ph.D., University Of Houston
Thomas Brady, Ph.D., Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities
Bluford Putnam, Ph.D., Cme Group
Colin Carter, Ph.D., University Of California, Davis
Forest Reinhardt, Ph.D., Harvard University
Graham Davis, Ph.D., Colorado School of Mines
Michel Robe, Ph.D., University Of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jeffrey Frankel, Ph.D., Harvard University
Ehud Ronn, Ph.D., University Of Texas at Austin
Robert Greer, Scholar in Residence, J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities
K. Geert Rouwenhorst, Ph.D., Yale University
James Hamilton, Ph.D., University Of California, San Diego
Bryce Schneider, Xcel Energy
Scott Irwin, Ph.D., University Of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Margaret Slade, Ph.D., University Of British Columbia (Canada)
Vince Kaminski, Ph.D., Rice University
Sven Streitmayer, Robert Bosch Gmbh (Germany)
Lutz Kilian, Ph.D., Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Hilary Till, Solich Scholar, J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities
Dan Kowalski, CoBank
Lance Titus, Uniper Global Commodities
Matthew Most, Ovintiv
Robert Vigfusson, Ph.D., Board of Governors of The Federal Reserve System
Nikos Nomikos, Ph.D., Bayes Business School, City, University of London (U.K.)
Robert Webb, Ph.D., University Of Virginia
Don Pearson, Ardent Mills
Brian Wright, Ph.D., University Of California, Berkeley
Robert Pindyck, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Wei Xiong, Ph.D., Princeton University