Agriculture is a major driving force in the world economy. Especially as the earth‘s population grows and rising standards of living are sought across the globe, the production, trade, financing, processing, regulation, marketing and consumption of agricultural food, feed and fiber are crucial areas of research.
Agricultural Economics examines the use of available resources from farm to fork to meet the needs and desires of present and future generations.
Sustainability, food security, food safety, environmental quality, agricultural policy reform and rural community development are typical issues that agricultural economists study in an international context.
Master of Science
internationales Studium, konsekutiv
Hochschulabschluss, Hochschulabschluss, Englisch Sprachkenntnisse