On behalf of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society we have the privilege to honour Ellen Goddard and Peter Boxall with the highest, and most esteemed honour of CAES Fellow in recognition of their lifetime of commitment to the core values of our society. Drs. Goddard and Boxall will join a select group of professionals who […]
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Two competitions took place during the 9th Annual Canadian Agri-Food Policy Conference on Agri-Environmental Policy and Programs, from February 13-15, 2019 at the Château Laurier, in Ottawa, Ontario. 9TH ANNUAL AGRI-FOOD POLICY POSTER COMPETITION From Left to right: Francis Abayateye, University of Saskatchewan (3rd place); Anna Chemeris, University of Guelph (2nd place); Jamie Naylor, University […]
The Canadian Foundation for Food and Agricultural Education is calling for applications for the Douglas McRorie Memorial Scholarship. Two scholarships will be offered in 2019: $3,000 Masters level and $6,000 PhD level, to students specializing in agricultural business, economics, finance or trade. The scholarships are awarded on the following criteria Agricultural post-graduate student, Emphasis in […]
Publication of Enduring Quality Award Winners Atakelty Hailu and Terrence Veeman. Non-parametric Productivity Analysis with Undesirable Outputs: An Application to the Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 83 (3): 605-616 (August 2001) Comments: This article has stood the test of time and makes both a substantive conceptual modeling contribution that can be […]
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