Dr. Brady focuses on specialty crop production including tree fruits, vineyards, vegetables, horticulture and nursery crops. He also has an interest in issues related to water use and irrigated agriculture. Dr. Brady is involved in a number of projects focusing on modeling coupled human and environmental systems in an interdisciplinary framework. He has analyzed the economic impact of various agriculture industries in Washington. He also conducts research on farmland ownership, agricultural land values, and land use change.
- Specialty crops
- Water and irrigated agriculture
- Modeling coupled human and environmental systems
- Land use, value, and ownership
Assistant Professor and Extension Economist, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University, 2012-Present
Assistant Research Professor, IMPACT Center and School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University, 2009-2011
Research Economist, Economic Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington D.C., 2007-2009
Sciences International, Inc., Alexandria, VA, 1998-2000
PhD., Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, Ohio State University, 2007
MA, Economics, Ohio State University, 2004
MSc, Environment and Geography, London School of Economics, 2001
BA, Zoology, Miami University, 1998
Publications, Extension Reports, and Other Articles
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