AEDE Profiles: Jack Willoughby
a list of all of the schools that I would want to play for, then I started doing research to see if they ... advantage of the research resources offered in the MS program. Photo credit, top image: BCSN.tv. ...
Ohio State Economists to Discuss Sustainable Development at Conference with Jeffrey Sachs
closing session of the COMPAS event. Irwin is a co-investigator on several research projects funded by the ...
An Evaluation of the Broadband Business Connection Across the Urban Hierarchy
focus on her recent research: "An Evaluation of the Broadband Business Connection Across the Urban ...
Sociology Email: Weaver.email@example.com John Wilhelm National Regulatory Research Institute Email: ...
Swank Program Piece in The Conversation: How Should the U.S. Government Help Coal Communities?
not to workers or their communities. Second, our research has shown that dependence on coal adversely ... research on the gains from retraining programs for laid-off workers has been inconclusive. One issue is ...
Building Healthy Communities in the 21st Century: Drop the Fads and Lose the Rearview Mirror
Where Research and Practice Meet. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, MO on September 9, 2010. Mark ...
AEDE's Global Reach
the faculty, staff and students of AEDE have a very busy summer of research, teaching, collaboration ...
Global Climate Change Policy – Extractive Industry Impacts and Response
Representatives Committee on the Budget, and before that for USDA’s Economic Research Service. Dr. Hopkins ...
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Research Service FSA Farm Service Agency NASS National Agricultural Statistics Services RMA Risk Management ...
The Faces of AEDE: Carl Zulauf, Professor and Farm Policy Expert
understand the audiences that he often represents and aims to engage with in his research. As Zulauf ... as well as M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Food Research Institute at Stanford University, values his ... a focus on questions, rather than answers, in his research. To this day he aims to challenge the students ...