Ian Sheldon , Ohio State's Andersons Professor of International Trade , presents at the 2014 Economic Outlook Conference organized by Ohio Wesleyan University.
Jeff Hopkins, Principal Adviser for International Energy and Climate Policy at Rio Tinto, presented on October 29, 2013 as part of the AEDE Applied Economics Seminar Series. His presentation focused on climate change policy as experienced by an international mining company. This seminar was sponsored by Ohio State’s Environmental Policy Initiative.
Peter didn't know what to major in when he came to Ohio State, but his experiences, and the courses he's taking as an Environment, Economy, Development, and Sustainability major are preparing him well.
Alan P. Ker, Chair and Professor in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph, presented the Havlicek Memorial Seminar on September 9, 2013 as part of the AEDE Applied Economics Seminar Series. His presentation focused on his recent research with Tor Tolhurst: "Technological Change in Crop Yields."
The Ohio State University's Agribusiness Club is comprised of students from different majors within Ohio State's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. In the 2012-2013 academic year, the Club had 58 student participants. This video was produced by the Club for the 2013 AEDE...
Students making changes on the Ohio State campus and in the local community through sustainability initiatives. This video was produced for the Enviance Environmental March 2013 Madness Contest. Video production by Ohio State students Brianna Cooley, Ethan Palay and Melissa Prax.
This fourth generation Buckeye grew up with career ambitions in theatre, music and law. Now, as an Agribusiness and Applied Economics major, she's able to combine her loves and career aspirations of educating consumers and lawmakers about the importance of modern agriculture.
Regions, Clusters, and Institutional Change: The Role of Universities, by Neil Reid, Ph.D., University of Toledo
Poverty and Place across the United States: Subnational Disparities in Economic Well-being and Their Significance for Research and Policy, by Linda Lobao, The Ohio State University
The Economic Geography of Growth: Patterns, Challenges and Policy Implications, by Philip McCann, Ph.D., The University of Groningen