Long-term economic viability requires recognition of the role that limited natural resources contribute to economic activity and output, and the relationship people have, and the value they place, on those natural resources. This is especially true in a place like Nebraska with a strong agricultural economy, as the agricultural economy relies on natural resources such as water, land and energy.
Water Law, Agricultural Law, Environmental and Natural Resource Law
Experimental, Behavioral and Environmental Economics Law
Policy Director, Water for Food Center
Microeconomics, Economics of Production, International Economics, Development Economics
Economics of precision agriculture, water use management in irrigated agriculture.
Agricultural Production Economics, Agricultural Productivity Analysis, Technology Assessment
Environmental and resource economics, water resource economics, water pricing, irrigation technology choice