Joint Economic Research Service (ERS) and NIFA. This program is intended to support a Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economics for Agri-Environmental and Risk Management Policy Research. The center will employ and advance the use of behavioral and experimental economics to conduct research on how policies and programs can influence the provision of ecosystem services from agricultural resources, the management of risk, and other aspects of food and agricultural policy.
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Joint Economic Research Service (ERS) and NIFA Program. This program invites proposals that address issues surrounding how big data influences markets, industry structure, and agricultural and food value chains. Invited projects include research only on development and applications of big data and integrated projects designed to train agricultural economists in the use of data science.
The Nutrition and Health Committee for Planning and Guidance, formed in 2008, works with NIFA national program leaders (NPL) to strategically position extension programs for the future. Committee members represent all regions of the country and are from the 1862 and 1890 land-grant institutions. The Nutrition and Health Committee for Planning and Guidance resources are provided below for historical record-keeping.
Archived Webinars for the 2016 Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition (IFSN) Seminar Series.