The Cornell Program on Dairy Markets and Policy
Novakovic, Andrew M.
Cornell has a long history of commitment to dairy marketing and policy research and education, beginning in 1924 with the hiring of Dr. Leland Spencer, the first Land-Grant university economist to devote his career to the study of dairy markets and policy and a pioneer in developing this as a sub-area of agricultural economics. There are a number of Cornell faculty and staff who research, teach, and provide applied research and educational programs for the dairy industry, government agencies, legislative bodies and other interested parties. The structure of the Program and its projects are illustrated in this publication. Other major activities associated with projects are also identified, including periodical publications, regular conferences and workshops, and so on.
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Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University