Agricultural Economics at Cornell: A History, 1900-1990
Stanton, Bernard F. ("Bud")
This 292-page picture-filled book, first-ever history of the department chronicles the major contributions made by its faculty and students to research, teaching, and extension in the field of agricultural economics during the twentieth century. The book's chapters focus on the key people and events of each decade and describes the transitions and celebrates the accomplishments of a department noted for its commitment to people and finding solutions to real economic problems.
A professionally printed version may be obtained by contacting the department at http://aem.cornell.edu/news/stanton/stanton.html or http://aem.cornell.edu/undergrad_news/alumni.htm#stanton
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University
Agricultural Economics; Applied Economics and Management; Cornell University; Agriculture; Department's History by Decades; 1900 thru 1990; Teaching; Research; Extension; Facilities; Academic Highlights; Faculty; Courses; Degrees Awarded; Farm Management; Great Depression; Role of Government; Impact of World War and Technology; Computing; Resource and Environmental Economics; Warren Hall