BSc, MSc Agricultural Economics (University of Guelph), PhD Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (University of Guelph)
Dr. Rajsic is our final speaker for eCON 2016 and will present on the topic of public policy. His talk will be on how and why governments allow (and even encourage) certain cartels (eg, in the production of milk, eggs, and poultry in Canada) along with some proposed solutions.
Dr. Rajsic teach in the Department of Economics at the University of Waterloo and in The Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph. Dr. Rajsic has a PhD in food, agricultural and resource economics form the University of Guelph, where he researched Canadian supply-managed industries. Dr. Rajsic’s recent research is in the economics of environmental regulation and trade and economics of plant breeding. Dr. Rajsic’s research interests also include methodologies of economics, information economics, and environmental law. He is passionate about working with students on applying the economic way of thinking to current social issues as well as to their everyday life.