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News

Oct 18th, 2018
Professor Alan Ker will be presenting "Subsidized Crop Insurance and the...
Oct 5th, 2018
Pierre Desrochers, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto Mississauga...
Sep 25th, 2018
T.K. (Sandy) Warley, former Chair of the Department of Food, Agricultural and...
Sep 14th, 2018
During the 2018 Welcome Back BBQ, Dr. Brady Deaton, Professor in FARE received...
Sep 10th, 2018
Liam Kelly and Karl Meilke have tackled the question, “What will the cannabis...

Meet Our Profs

Brady Deaton
Brady Deaton

Dr. Brady Deaton is a professor in the FARE department and the McCain Family Chair in Food Security. His research focuses on land resources in food production, rural development and environmental quality.

Meet Our Grad Students

Nathaniel Whittingham
Nathaniel Whittingham

Meet Nathaniel Whittingham, a master of science student in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph. His research focuses on the polarization of controversial topics such as genetically modified foods.


FARE Institute

Institute for the Advanced Study of Food and Agricultural Policy

The Institute for the Advanced Study of Food and Agricultural Policy is housed within the Department of Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics, OAC, University of Guelph. The Institute is also part of the larger Food Institute at the University of Guelph.

The mission of the institute is to provide independent, credible, and timely policy analysis with respect to socially significant food and agricultural issues.

Find a collection of working papers, white papers and a series of podcasts that have been made public to help educate individuals on important food and agricultural issues. Visit FARE Institute.

FARE Talk

FARE Talk Radio

The Economic Consequences of Farmland Policy on Farmland Values in Saskatchewan

Prof. Chad Lawley discusses his recent paper examining the consequences of the 2003 Farmland Security Act Amendment in Saskatchewan. He finds evidence that the amendment favourably increased farmland prices. Hence, previous restrictions disallowing a non-Saskatchewan resident from pursuing farmland depressed farmland values. More

The Future of Food

Dr. Jayson Lusk and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss his George Morris AgriFood Policy Lecture: "The Future of Food." Jayson points out that since the writings of Malthus, the food sector has been characterized by increases in productivity. He notes that this increase in productivity has allowed us to escape the Malthusian trap. More