Title
What has political science ever done for agricultural economics?
Description
A short answer to the question posed in the title might be ‘Not very much’. It is certainly case that the study of agricultural policy-making has made a significant contribution to political science. This is not surprising when one considers that agricultural policy is an area characterized by intensive interaction between farmers and government and one that often exhibits perverse outcomes from the viewpoint of taxpayers and consumers.
URL
http://www.aes.ac.uk//index.php?do=conference
URL Description
Conference details
Language
English
Author
Wyn Grant
Awarding body
RELU
Host
University of Warwick

food production; agriculture and land management; rural economy; political science; agriculture; economics

Is this item peer reviewed?
No
Conference event title
Agricultural Economics Society (AES) annual conference
ConferenceLocation
Warwick
Conference number
85th
ConferenceDate
18 April 2011
Harvard
Grant, Wyn What has political science ever done for agricultural economics?. Agricultural Economics Society (AES) annual conference, 85th, Warwick, 2011.
Vancouver
Grant Wyn. What has political science ever done for agricultural economics?. Agricultural Economics Society (AES) annual conference, 85th, Warwick, 2011.