Advanced Degrees Conferred At Cornell University During the Twentieth Century With Major Fields in Agricultural Economics
Stanton, Bernard F.
At the time that Warren Hall was dedicated in 1932, Professor George Warren and the faculty committee in charge of the celebration prepared a summary of all the advanced degrees that had been awarded in farm management, marketing, rural economy, and agricultural economics until that time. This short publication was distributed at the dedication and a copy was placed in the cornerstone of the building. This report begins with the listing as presented in the summer of 1932 and then continues with all the degrees conferred by Cornell University through the summer of 1999 for whom the major professor was someone located in agricultural economics. Insofar as possible, this is a complete listing based on information from card catalogs in Mann Library, past issues of News Notes, and department records. In most cases there is a copy of each thesis on file in Mann Library.
R.B. 2000-01 (Department of Agricultural, Resource, and Managerial Economics)
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University
Applied Economics; Agricultural Economics