Purdue courses are taught by faculty of the Agricultural Economics Department of the College of Agriculture. Instructors have substantial research and publication records, and many have experience as consultants to corporations and government agencies.
Executive Director and Professor
Allan Gray serves as executive director of the Center for Food and Agricultural Business and the MS-MBA in Food and Agribusiness Management. Allan’s research interests are agribusiness management, strategic planning, decision making in uncertain environments and simulation. View Full Bio »
Brady Brewer is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. His research agenda includes the broader topics of agribusiness and profitability, agricultural finance, and production/supply chain issues at the farm level. View Full Bio »
Amanda Countryman is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University. Her research employs econometric and computable general equilibrium modeling techniques to investigate the economic implications of international trade policy, focusing specifically on the impacts of trade reform on agriculture. View Full Bio »
Nathan DeLay is an assistant professor in the Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics. His focus is on data analytics and precision agriculture, with specific interest in discovering how digital agriculture can be leveraged to improve producer decision making, farm policy, and rural community development. View Full Bio »
Roman Keeney is an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University. His research program explores how farm households and rural residents respond to and are impacted by changes to farm and farm related policies. Roman has worked extensively on the interaction between U.S. domestic farm programs and international trade barriers, focusing in particular on the distribution of gains and losses across the population of U.S. farmers. View Full Bio »
Marshall Martin is the associate director of agricultural research programs and a professor of agricultural economics at Purdue University. Marshall is a specialist in agricultural policy, international trade and technology assessment (especially biotechnology and pesticide use). View Full Bio »