aec303 - Microeconomic Concepts in Agricultural Economics; Credits - 3 Emphasis on the development of theoretical models of production and consumption economics and application of these models to problems. The importance of concepts marginality to managers and consumers is emphasized. Role of risk and uncertainty in resource allocation is outlined. Prereq: AEC 101, ECO 201, MA 123 or 113. (Spring, Fall).Class Web Site Instructors: Alison Davis
AEC653 - LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; Credits - 3 The course develops the capacity to employ the theories, practices and philosophies of economic development as applied to local areas.
The primary geographic focus of the course is the rural south-east of the United States, but examples will be drawn from rural areas
in other developed countries. Prereq: Graduate status in agricultural economics, public administration, economics, or consent of
instructor. (Same as PA 653.).Class Web Site Instructors: Alison Davis
Books and Book Chapters
Alison Davis, 2008. The Use of Double Hurdles Models: An Application to Nevada in Targeted Regional Economic Development editors: Stephan Goetz, Steve Deller and Thomas Harris Authors in Dept.: Alison Davis
Alison Davis, Stephan Goetz, Steve Deller and Thomas Harris 2008. What Have We Learned? in Targeted Regional Economic Development. Editors; Stephan Goetz, Steve Deller and Thomas Harris Authors in Dept.: Alison Davis,