The dissertation of AEDE PhD graduate, Dr. Muhammad Imran Chaudhry, received an honorable mention from the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s (AAEA) Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award. Dr. Imran credited his success to the scholarly excellence and dedication of his dissertation committee.
“I am especially indebted to my adviser Professor Miranda who encouraged me to pursue theoretical research, provided invaluable insights along the way and literally chaperoned me through the PhD program,” says Imran.
AEDE has so much to celebrate this spring! The following received awards at the Agribusiness Club and NAMA Banquet on April 11th:
Outstanding Returning Member: Morgan Jolliff
Outstanding Transfer Student: Haylee Zwick
Outstanding First Year Member: Rebekkah Sommer
Outstanding Faculty Member: Brian Roe
Mark Rembert won the best Ph.D. student paper from the Mid Continent Regional Science Association for his work titled, "Creative Destruction & Inter-Regional Job Reallocation during the Great Recession."
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Tony Gallenstein, an AEDE doctoral student, is currently in Tanzania serving as a program manager for the Innovative Agricultural Research Initiative (iAGRI), a USAID Feed the Future project. AEDE’s Dave Kraybill serves as the iAGRI project director.
iAGRI is an ambitious five-year program to improve agricultural productivity and food security in Tanzania.
Research by AEDE faculty and graduate students was recently presented at the 29th annual International Conference of Agricultural Economists (ICAE), held from August 8-14, 2015 in Milan, Italy.
Each summer one of the most highly anticipated events for AEDE’s faculty and students takes place: the annual meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA). AAEA is the premier professional organization for agricultural and applied economists working in the U.S.
In early August, one of the most highly anticipated events for AEDE’s faculty and students takes place: the annual meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA). AAEA is the premier professional organization for agricultural and applied economists working in the U.S.
This week the annual meeting of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) will be held at The Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada. The theme of the meeting, which will run from June 6-8, 2013, is “Mixing Oil and Water: The Nexus between Energy and Water Resources”. AEDE will have a strong presence at the gathering with a number of faculty and students participating, including the following:
The Voluntary Pollution Control (VPC) Workshop will be held at The Ohio State University’s Blackwell Hotel on May 20 and 21, 2012. The purpose of the workshop is to provide a forum for businesses, local governments, researchers in environmental economics and environmental policy-related disciplines to assess current knowledge and debate the latest research on the determinants, effects, and effectiveness of VPC programs. Abdoul Sam of AEDE and Carmen Carrion-Flores of Binghamton University organized the event.
Congratulations to Abdoul Sam on his promotion to Associate Professor! The OSU Board of Trustees approved the promotion on July 1st. Abdoul joined the department in October of 2005. He received his Bachelor's degree in Management from the Université Gaston Berger in Saint-Louis, Senegal. His Master's in Agricultural and Resource Economics and PhD in Economics were both from the University of Arizona.