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Bradley J. Rickard
Assistant Professor

Bradley J. Rickard

My research program examines economic issues facing horticultural markets in New York, and elsewhere. There are three interrelated thrusts to my research program with a general focus on understanding the economic implications of public policies applied to specialty crop markets. The first examines... Read Bradley J. Rickard's full profile

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