Who will advance economics and transform lives?SPARTANS WILL
In AFRE, we practice management and economics that improve lives. We address societal policy questions and solve practical problems for producers, consumers, and the environment. Our undergraduate and graduate programs prepare the next generation of economists and managers to meet the needs of the food, agricultural, and natural resource system in Michigan and around the world. One of the leading departments in the United States, AFRE counts over 75 faculty, 80 graduate students and 750 undergraduate students.
"Groundwater Basin Depletion and International Political Borders," presented by Todd Guilfoos, Assistant Professor, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, The University of Rhode Island.