Francisco Scott is an economist at the Economic Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. His current research focuses on agricultural industrial organization, industry consolidation and market power, regional economics, and policy. Francisco joined the Bank in 2021 after completing his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics at Purdue University.

Professional Journals and Books

  • "Differences in financial outcomes for family and nonfamily farms." Agricultural Finance Review (2024). (w/ David Williams)
  • "Market and welfare effects of quality misperception in food labels." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 104, no. 5 (2022): 1747-1769. (w/ Juan Sesmero)
  • "Techno-Economic Analysis of Phosphorus Removal Structures." Environmental Science & Technology 57, no. 34 (2023): 12858-12868. (w/ Isis Scott, Tanner McCarty, and Chad Penn).

Economic Review Articles

Research Working Papers

Economic Bulletin