agricultural economics, economics departments, academic economics
This paper focuses on trends in five areas which appear to have significant implications for the future of agricultural economics departments: population changes, changes in the structure of agriculture, the advent of the information society/computer age, work force changes, and changes in higher education. I believe trends in these areas have already affected agricultural economics departments and will continue to do so.
Department of Economics, South Dakota State University
Number of Pages
Lundeen, Ardelle, "Implications of Tomorrow's Environment for Agricultural Economics Programs in Different-Sized Departments and for Non-Land Grant Universities" (1993). Economics Staff Paper Series. 107.