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Agricultural Economics at the University of Minnesota 1886-1979


  • Cochrane, Willard W.


Contents: The Beginnings: 1886-1900; Two Strands of Development: 1900-1918; The Explosive Years: 1918-1928; The Jesness Era: 1928-1957; New Faces and New Approaches: 1957-1971; Maturity Without Stagnation: 1971-1979; Minnesota as a Microcosm of the Profession; University of Minnesota Faculty in Agricultural Economics, 1930-1979; Recipients of Graduate Degrees with Majors in Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Minnesota, 1914-1979; Course Offerings in Farm Management and Agricultural Economics, 1930-1932; Course Offerings in Agricultural Economics, 1952-1953; Course Offerings in the Department of Agricultural Economics, 1959-1960; Course Offerings in the Department of Agricultural Economics, 1969-1970; Course Offerings in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1978-1979; A Suggested Second Ph.D. Track for Students with a Policy Orientation; Administrative Leadership in Agricultural Economics, 1909-1979; Mambers of the Faculty, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1979

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  • Cochrane, Willard W., 1983. "Agricultural Economics at the University of Minnesota 1886-1979," Miscellaneous Publications 13006, University of Minnesota, Department of Applied Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:umaemp:13006

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    1. Runge, C. Ford, 2006. "Agricultural Economics: A Brief Intellectual History," Staff Papers 13649, University of Minnesota, Department of Applied Economics.
    2. Hanson, Gregory D., 1984. "Opportunities In Farm Management: Discussion/Challenge," Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics, Southern Agricultural Economics Association, vol. 16(01), July.


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