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The continuing search for relevance in agricultural economics


, : The continuing search for relevance in agricultural economics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77(5): 1083-1095

The theme of this Presidential Address is that the American Agricultural Economics Association can help members adjust to the changes required in both the private and public sectors. Four concerns flowing from the literature on the problems of the land grant system which can be addressed through the association are summarized.


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DOI: 10.2307/1243330

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