McGill offers a program leading to the M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics, but does not have a PhD program.
For more information please visit the Agricultural Economics web site or some of the individual professor's web sites:
- HENNING, John C. Economic aspects of ecological/organic farming and food systems, urban agriculture and gardening, organic standards, Grain marketing and international trade, Fuel ethanol production and other industrial applications of agricultural biomass, Energy and carbon accounting.
- KOSOY, Nicolas. Economic incentives for conserving nature, the analysis of economic institutions and the environment and economic history, among many others
- NASEEM, Anwar. Economics of science and technology, impact and regulation of agricultural biotechnology, intellectual property rights, modeling mixed R&D oligopolies; International agricultural development, the role of private sector in agricultural R&D, science policy.
- THOMASSIN, Paul. Environmental and resource economics: economic-ecological macroeconomic modeling, the institutional design of domestic greenhouse gas emission trading, and the non-market valuation of environmental goods and services.
Graduate Student Office
Department of Natural Resource Sciences
McGill University (Macdonald Campus)
21,111 Lakeshore Road
Ste Anne de Bellevue, PQ, Canada H9X 3V9
email: marie [dot] kubecki [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Marie Kubecki)
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.