A report led by Dr. Steven Miller, director of MSU's Center for Economic Analysis, says Michigan motorists pay some of the region's highest fuel taxes.
Three faculty members and three staff members from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) were honored for their outstanding contributions to education and research at the annual MSU Awards Convocation on Feb. 11.
The MSU/AFRE Quarterly Food Security Update reports highlights of research and outreach accomplishments of AFRE projects operating in a number of developing countries.
Four individuals in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) have been selected to receive the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award (formerly the Distinguished Faculty Award).
MSU AFRE Food Security International Updates: Special Issue of Agricultural Economics. January 10, 2014
Michigan State University (MSU) Professor Emeritus John M. Staatz is something of a celebrity in Mali. But that was never his goal.
Troubled by a spate of recent food safety scares but buoyed by rising affluence, urban Chinese consumers appear willing to pay for a safer food supply, says David Ortega.
Financial management in ABM 435 covers balance sheets, income statements and capital budgets. But its culmination in a real-world scenario analysis can have six-figure impacts on Michigan agribusinesses.
AFRE Professor John Staatz receives prestigious "Officer of the National Order of Mali" award from President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in Bamako, Mali.
The MSU AFRE Quarterly Food Security Update reports highlights of research and outreach accomplishments of AFRE projects operating in a number of develping countries.
Since the 1960s, the Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics (AFRE) has worked in many of the world’s poorest countries in an effort to increase incomes and improve nutrition.
Could a wind farm be built on the campus of Michigan State University? How about a solar array encompassing hundreds of acres, or even a small-scale nuclear reactor that could provide clean power to the sprawling campus?