Research Spotlight: Dept. of Ag & Applied Economics’ Badruddoza
By: Norman Martin
Syed Badruddoza, an assistant professor within the Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics, joined the Texas Tech faculty in 2020. He is an applied economist who studies agribusiness, retail markets, decisions made by firms and consumers, and rural development. His research focuses on the on-going transition of U.S. agriculture: the dynamics of consumers' tastes, technological advancements, product expansion, and marketing strategies.
His recent works investigate farm consolidation, mergers, and the impacts of social influence, organic, and plant-based beverages in the U.S. dairy industry. Badruddoza's bachelor's degree in economics is from the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh. He has a master's degree in applied financial economics from Illinois State University, and a master's degree in statistics from Washington State University. His doctorate in economics is from Washington State University.
CONTACT: Clint Krehbiel, Dean, Davis College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808 or Clint.Krehbiel@ttu.edu
- Agricultural & Applied Economics
- Agricultural Education & Communications
- Animal & Food Sciences
- Landscape Architecture
- Natural Resources Management
- Plant & Soil Science
- Veterinary Science
Editor: Norman Martin
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