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Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics


Agricultural Economics

  1. Structural Change in European Calf Markets topic of journal article

    Sep 29, 2011

    Stan Thompson, Rico Ihle, and Bernhard Brummer co-authored an article, which appeared in the European Review of Agricultural Economics, titled "Structural Change in European Calf Markets: Decoupling and the Blue Tongue Disease."  A pdf of the article is available for viewing.

  2. New book on biotechnology edited by Ian Sheldon and others

    Sep 16, 2011

    Ian Sheldon is an editor of the recently released "Genetically Modified Food and Global Welfare," published by Emerald Books.  Click here for more information.


  3. Roe and Howard present poster at EAAE Congress in Switzerland

    Sep 11, 2011

    Brian Roe and graduate student Greg Howard presented a selected poster titled "Comparing the Risk Attitudes of U.S. and German Farmers” at the 2011 European Association of Agricultural Economists Congress in Zurich, Switzerland on August 31, 2011.


  4. AEDE Faculty and Graduate Students Participate in 2011 AAEA Meeting in Pittsburgh

    Aug 1, 2011

  5. Sheldon receives AAEA Presidential Recognition Award for Special Service

    Jul 26, 2011

    Congratulations to Ian Sheldon who received the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) Presidential Recognition Award for Special Service for outstanding leadership as inaugural editor of the AAEA journal Applied Economics Perspectives and Policy.  The award was presented at the AAEA Awards & Fellows Recognition Ceremony held on July 25, 2011 in Pittsburg, PA.

  6. $24M Tanzanian Project Approved by OSU Trustees

    Jun 26, 2011

    The OSU Board of Trustees approved a $24 million project to improve agricultural productivity and food security in Tanzania. One objective of the project is to provide training for 120 Tanzanian graduate students to help improve agricultural practices, develop agricultural value chains, and improve nutrition in this developing country. Another is to facilitate and fund collaborative research on food security and nutrition, involving faculty from OSU and the five other consortium universities working jointly with Tanzanian researchers.