About Dr. Boadu:
Dr. Frederick O. Boadu is a Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. 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, resource economics, and institutions in development. He teaches agricultural law and Land Economics courses. He has extensive research background in international development and works closely with the Center for Conflict and Development in the Department of Agricultural Economics. He has considerable projects and programs research experiences under the sponsorship of the major donor and multilateral organizations (USAID, World Bank, and FAO). Dr. Boadu is a 2005-2006 Risk Policy Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Agricultural law, Marketing and Natural Resources
Boadu, F., The Law and Economics of Agriculture in Sub-Saharan (December, 2016 Elsevier). https://www.elsevier.com/books/agricultural-law-and-economics-in-sub-saharan-africa/boadu/978-0-12-801771-5
McCarl, B.M. and F. Boadu, “Bioenergy and US Renewable Fuels Standards: Law, Economic, Policy/Climate Change and Implementation Concerns,” Drake Journal of Agricultural Law, Vol. 14, No 1 (Spring 2009), pp. 43-73.
Boadu, F., and E. W. Peterson. "Multilateral Agreements and Visions of the World." University of Nebraska Law Review 71(2) (1992):460-87
Boadu, F., McCarl, B.M., and Gillig, D., “An Empirical Investigation of Institutional Change in Groundwater Management in Texas: The Edwards Aquifer Case.”, Natural Resources Journal Vol. 47. No. 1 (Winter, 2007).
Brock A. and F. Boadu, “Global Demand for U.S. Environmental Goods and Services” Journal of Agriculture and Applied Economics, Vol. 36, Number 1, April 2004.
Boadu, F., ‘Law and Economic Development: The Supply of Precedents in Ghana”, Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, Summer 2005.
PhD (Agricultural Economics), University of Kentucky
JD (Law), Georgia State University
MA (Law and Economics), University of Miami