Use advanced theoretical and empirical methods in applied economics to study real world problems in the field of agriculture and food. The university department's areas of specialization are: natural resource economics; environmental sustainability and evaluation; international trade policy; supply chain management; public policy and regulation; farm business management; economics of technological change; rural development; agri‐food marketing; food safety and quality; and agricultural production economics.
USask is home to many specialized research facilities to help you with your project. The Canadian Rural Economy Research lab uses state of the art GIS packages to study rural Canada. The Social Sciences Research Laboratories provide access to shared research infrastructure and technical support while enabling community engaged research.
Program type: Project and/or thesis
It is not necessary to find a potential supervisor before you begin an application.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,092|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$4,056|
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