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Spring 2019 Undergraduate Research Scholarship Recipients Announced
February 7, 2019
Montana State University’s Initiative for Regulation and Applied Economic Analysis on Wednesday named its spring undergraduate research scholarship recipients.
MSU agricultural faculty members author trending article on 2014 farm bill programs
December 28, 2018
The article examines current federal subsidy payments across farm size related to the 2014 farm bill and examines the impacts of potential caps on program payments.
MontanaPBS Ag Live: Labor And Our Economy with IRAEA Co-director Wendy Stock who looks at labor issues affecting Montana agriculture and Montana's economy as a whole.
Wendy Stock, economics professor at Montana State University, looks at labor issues affecting Montana agriculture and Montana's economy as a whole.
Nobel economist Sir Angus Deaton to discuss economic inequality and ‘deaths of despair’ at Aug. 29 MSU lecture
July 16, 2018
Nobel Prize-winning economist Sir Angus Deaton will give a public lecture, “Inequality and Deaths of Despair,” Aug. 29 at Montana State University.
Economist Vincent Smith to discuss world hunger and the policy process at MSU provost’s lecture
April 5, 2018
MSU economist Vincent Smith will discuss world hunger and the policy process in the year’s final provost’s lecture on April 17 in the Museum of the Rockies’ Hager Auditorium.
Study links college football game days to increase in sexual assault reports
March 23, 2018
A Montana State University economics professor has published a study in the January issue of the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, which finds party culture may drive spikes in sexual assaults around Division 1 football games.