IBRE's Agricultural Economics has for over 38 years been generating knowledge, supporting decision making, and advising on both public policies and private strategies for agriculture. It generates critical information, statistical analysis, and econometric data to support the formulation of appropriate agricultural policies.
As the dynamics of agribusiness evolve, the area produces studies to guide the decision making of agricultural entrepreneurs in the fields of operational efficiency, strategic planning, international competitiveness, and the formation of integrated and high performance teams to generate effective business results.
Agricultural Economics conducts studies and surveys on aspects of rural poverty, environment, international trade, rural development, cooperatives, agricultural policy, and sector analysis. The vast experience of its staff allows the area to emphasize a comprehensive approach to agribusiness.