Agricultural economics is the application of economic principles and financial management relating to the economic, social and environmental performances of agricultural businesses. This extends beyond the farm gate to encompass a broader range of food and fibre related activity which contributes significantly to the nation's output. This subject introduces some key economic theories and financial management tools for decision making in agriculture in Australia from a domestic and international perspective.
School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences
No enrolment restrictions
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