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We offer undergraduate degrees in Agricultural Business Management and in Environmental Economics and Policy. Both programs offer training in economics and quantitative analysis applied to agricultural, environmental, business, and policy issues.
We award PhD, MS, and MA degrees in Applied Economics. The program includes core courses in economic theory, econometrics, and other quantitative methods. Concentration areas include the economics of natural resources and environment, trade and development, marine resources, and rural development.
Shea Booster, an agricultural business management major at Oregon State University, was elected western region vice president at the National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis. Booster, a graduate of Mountain View High School in Bend, was...
OSU Applied Economics Department Head Jennifer Alix-Garcia, along with three co-authors, recently published “...
The 2018 College of Agricultural Sciences Award Recipients were announced and Christian Langpap, Associate Professor in Applied Economics, was awarded the F.E. Price/Agricultural Research Foundation Award...
Oregon’s Farm Direct Marketing Law (FDML) is now five years old. The law allows farmers to produce some low-risk, value-added products—such as pickles and jams—from farm-grown ingredients, and sell them direct to consumers, without extra food...
OSU Applied Economics Department Head Jennifer Alix-Garcia, along with Emily Sellars from Yale University, recently published “Labor scarcity, land tenure, and historical legacy: Evidence from Mexico” in the Journal of Development Economics...