Throughout this fall, AAE faculty Ian Coxhead has hosted a new video podcast, “Talking Trade”, exploring trade issues affecting Wisconsin and the Midwest.
Presentation by AAE faculty Paul Mitchell on Alternative Agricultural Opportunities at the Wisconsin Economic Development Association Fall Meeting.
The Wisconsin Energy Institute’s recent conference included AAE faculty Paul Mitchell and Steven Deller as speakers.
This fall, AAE faculty Ian Coxhead, a development economist and specialist on East and Southeast Asia, hosted a series of video podcasts, “Talking Trade”, that explored international trade issues affecting Wisconsin and the Midwest.
AAE faculty Tessa Conroy, an economic development specialist, highlights five economic impacts of COVID-19 and evaluates their effects within Wisconsin state.
As a member of the UW hemp team, Paul Mitchell, AAE faculty and extension specialist, is cautious in his current assessment of the economic and market potential for hemp in Wisconsin.
International scholars—both students and research colleagues—are integral and valued members of our department, college, and university. Several recent statements and actions by members of the United States government have cast doubt on international scholars’ intentions …
Tessa Conroy looks back at Wisconsin’s response to the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic for answers to the COVID-19 situation.
AAE Professor Steven Deller discussed unemployment in Wisconsin’s rural communities.
AAE Professor Ian Coxhead, together with former Wisconsin Governor Scott McCallum and dairy farmer Dave Daniels discuss what new global trade agreements could mean for Wisconsin. With new agreements in place with Canada, Mexico, and …