Wallace Huffman

  • Research areas include economics of human capital (education, health, information, and migration), technical change (consumers’ willingness to pay for new goods and farmers’ adoption of new technology), agricultural science policy (impacts of public agricultural research on agricultural productivity, funding and management of science), agricultural household models, experimental economics, and applied econometrics. Co-author of Science for Agriculture: A Long-Term Perspective, 2nd Ed., Blackwell Publ. 2007.  A Fellow of the Agriculture and Applied Economics  Association. 

     

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