Agricultural Economics


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McGill offers a program leading to the M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics

Master of Science (M.Sc.) Agricultural Economics (Thesis) (46 Credits)
Doctoral studies are possible through the PhD program of the Department of Economics wherein Agricultural Economics is an area of specialization. For specific requirements of this Ph.D program, please contact the Department of Economics 

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Macdonald Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Professors in Agricultural Economics:

  • KOSOY, Nicolas. Markets for ecosystem services from an institutional economics perspective, critical analyses of commodification of nature, ecological economics.  
  • THOMASSIN, Paul. Environmental and resource economics; economic-ecological macroeconomic modeling and the use of hedonic pricing to estimate the value of non-market goods, input-output modelling; environmental management systems (ISO-14000) and agriculture.