Mike Brady is an Assistant Professor and Extension Economist in the School of Economic Sciences, WSU Pullman. He has a PhD in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics from Ohio University. He focuses on specialty crop production including tree fruits, vineyards, vegetables, horticulture and nursery crops. He also has an interest in issues related to water use and irrigated agriculture. Mike is involved in a number of projects focusing on modeling coupled human and environmental systems in an interdisciplinary framework. He has analyzed the economic impact of various agriculture industries in Washington. He also conducts research on farmland ownership, agricultural land values, and land use change.
- Technology for trade: new tools and new rules for water use efficiency in agriculture and beyond
- Skagit Basin Water Mitigation Feasibility Assessment Study
- Water Supply and Demand Forecast 2016
- Benefit-Cost Analysis of Yakima Basin Integrated Plan Projects
- An Integrated Engineering and Economic Analysis of the Columbia River Treaty Renegotiation using Game Theory
- Columbia River Basin 2011 Long-Term Supply and Demand Forecast