225 Agricultural Administration Building
2120 Fyffe Road
Columbus, Ohio 43210
B.S., Ag. Economics/Ag. Journalism, University of Wisconsin (1992)
Ph.D., Ag. & Resource Economics, University of Maryland (1997)
Brian Roe's research interests involve using innovative and interdisciplinary methodologies to better understand human behavior, with particular response to economic incentives and financial risk. His extension and outreach activities involve analysis of issues in domestic livestock sectors and electronic commerce in agriculture.
Behavioral economics; experimental economics; consumer economics; economics of quality and information; consumer demand and government policy regarding food safety biotechnology, and the environment; neuroeconomics, spatial patterns of economic behavior.
|Course number||Course title||Semesters offered|
|AED ECON 2005||Data Analysis for Agribusiness and Applied Economics||Autumn, Spring|
|AED ECON 4002.02||Operations Research in Agribusiness and Applied Economics||Autumn, Spring|