​The Department of Agricultural Economics consists of faculty and staff whose core values are to be: 

  • Engaged - helping solve real-world problems and having real-world impact; being present and working with stakeholders, our colleagues, and students; 
  • Collegial - being respectful of others’ talents, opinions, and backgrounds; appreciative of people’s comparative advantages; contributors to the common good; 
  • Entrepreneurial - creative in seeking new opportunities and new ways of conducting research, teaching, and knowledge dissemination; 
  • Of high integrity - honest brokers who are transparent, cognizant of tradeoffs, fairly presenting alternatives and consequences, and offering new solutions; 
  • Dedicated to long-term value of scholarship - using and developing analytical and quantitative tools, methods, and theories to produce cutting-edge knowledge to the benefit of future generations; 
  • Enthusiastic about students and impacting the lives of future leaders; and 
  • Rooted in the economics of agriculture and natural resources. 

Agricultural Economics, 403 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4191

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