International Economic Development
AEDECON 6401 This course is an introduction to international development economics. The goals of this course are to familiarize students with basic theoretical concepts relating to growth and development, the current empirical evidence, and various approa ...
Seminal Readings in Applied Economics
AEDECON 8103 This course introduces students to seminal readings in the fields of Agricultural, Environmental, Development and Regional Economics. Students are introduced to a set of seminal readings in each field and are introduced to the critical skills ...
Farm Financial Outlook: Land Values and Cash Rents. Where Have They Been? And Where Will They Go?
Rabail Chandio Ani Katchova Presentation Friday, January 27, 2023 FarmFinancialOutlook2023.pdf Farm Income Enhancement Program ...
Ohio 4-H Conference
Clover the Bear just wants to point out that it's time to register for the 2023 Ohio 4-H Conference. Find the details here! ...
EEDS Professional Practice in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics
AEDECON 4191 Preparation of a written report and delivery of a presentation based on internship employment in sustainability-based professions. Prereq: Not open to students with 2 completions or 4 credits of ENR 4191 or 689 or AEDEcon 4191. This course is ...
Economic perspective on the U.S. agricultural commodity market for the 2022/23 marketing year
Zhining Sun Ani Katchova Seungki Lee Report Tuesday, January 24, 2023 AgCommodityMarket2023.pdf Farm Income Enhancement Program ...
AEDE Extension Team Visits Lynd Fruit Farm
By: Holly Davis While Assistant Professor Seungki Lee might be over 6,800 miles away from his parents in South Korea, on a sunny day this past fall at an apple orchard in Ohio, he felt a little bit closer to home. Lee and fellow AEDE Extension team member ...
AEDE Visits Lynd Fruit Farm
Learn about their tour AEDE Extension team visits Lynd Fruit Farm AEDE Extension team visits Lynd Fruit Farm ...
AEDECON 8193 Analysis of special problems in agricultural, environmental, and development economics by an individual student, under the guidance of an instructor. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 27 cr hrs. This course is grade ...