Is the author of book chapters and journal articles on the socioeconomic implications of new agricultural technologies, including genetic engineering. Has expertise in international agricultural trade agreements, and is an expert on U.S. food and farm policy. Has traveled and worked in more than 20 countries.
Professor, agricultural economics
Head, Department of Agricultural Economics
Specializes in natural-resource economics. Researches recycling programs and solid-waste management; studies economies changing from centralized to market economies (such as in Eastern Europe). Has extensive international experience.
Is the author of books and numerous articles and has done research in energy economics, monetary economics and economic policy. Former senior economist and special assistant for contingency planning for the U.S. Department of Energy.
Researches the influence of international trade on domestic labor and trade negotiations. Teaching interests include international trade and labor economics. Other areas of expertise include applied econometrics and the distribution of income and poverty.
Wrote both a principles of economics book and an intermediate economics text. Conducts research on the regional impact of macroeconomic policy. Named one of the nation's top 10 business educators by Business Week Magazine.
Publications include a book, "International Trade and Uncertainty: Simple General Equilibrium Models Involving Randomness," and articles on the topic of international economic policy.
Has expertise in personal and family budgeting. Has special interest in credit and women's financial knowledge and decision making. Also is interested in long-term care financing.
Has written three textbooks and more than 100 articles in the areas of family and consumer economics and family financial management. Serves as an expert witness in court cases involving economic value of family services.
Has expertise in statistics and econometrics in international trade.
Teaches and researches international trade policy. Has published numerous articles on topics such as GATT, technology transfer, smuggling in both domestic and international trade contexts, estimation of international trade flows and agricultural marketing.
Has special expertise in the areas of international trade and economics education. Has written numerous articles and textbooks on economics education.
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