Andrew Stevens

Assistant Professor

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences | Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics

Andrew Stevens is an applied economist with research interests focused largely on the United States’ agricultural and food sectors with specific applications ranging throughout the agri-food supply chain “from field to fork.” By better understanding how individual producers and consumers make decisions, he hopes to support producers, address market failures, and inform evidence-based policymaking.


Contemporary Food Policy

How does public policy impact the foods we eat? This talk covers topics from food taxes to product labeling to nutrition programs like SNAP in order to give attendees an extensive overview of food policy in today’s world.

Agricultural Economics: an overview

This talk applies the tools of economics to understanding the agricultural sector. Why does agriculture work the way that it does? How to federal and state policies shape agricultural production? What are key recent developments in US agriculture? We will cover these topics and more!

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