Frederick O. Boadu

Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University and Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Student Affairs. He received a B.A. in Economics at Berea College, M.A. Program in Law and Economics at the University of Miami, J.D. in Law at Georgia State University, and Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics at the University of Kentucky. His research focuses on applying tools in law and economics to address issues in international trade law and economics, economic development, resource economics, international environment policy, and constitutional economics. He teaches a course in agricultural law and natural resource economics at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Special Focus: Agricultural law, Marketing and Natural Resources.

Phone: (979) 845-4410     E-mail:      Office: 214G AGLS

Teaching Assignments:

AGEC 105 - Introduction to Agricultural Economics  (Summer sessions only)

AGEC 344 - Agricultural Law (Fall and Spring)


African Agricultural Law Project

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