teaching economics, agricultural economics, foreign students, graduate studies
Several words in the title help set the scope of the paper. My concern is with the training of students from foreign countries, generally those best characterized as less developed countries (LCD's). These students come to the United States to be trained as professional economists and I assume will spend a career researching problems related to agriculture.
Original Publication Citation
Some issues in teaching Agricultural Economics to Foreign Graduate Students
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Delworth, B. Gardner, "Some Issues in Teaching Agricultural Economics to Foreign Graduate Students" (1977). Faculty Publications. 3120.
Western Journal of Agricultural Economics
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