Current State and Future Directions of SAEA

Eduardo Segarra
1998 Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics  
Do not look back in anger, or forward in fear, but around in awareness.—James ThurberIt is difficult to describe the extent of my pleasure both in being here today and in having the honor of serving as your president this year. This occasion is particularly meaningful to me since I follow in the footsteps of two of my professors in this forum, Sandra S. Batie and Oral Capps, Jr., who have had a great deal of influence on my professional development.The 1984 meetings of the Southern Agricultural
more » ... uthern Agricultural Economics Association (SAEA) in Nashville, Tennessee, marked my first exposure to the meetings of this Association. One of my more vivid memories of that occasion was a dinner at the Opryland Hotel where Joseph Havlicek, Jr., enlightened us with his comments on the state of this Association and its future prospects, along with an in-depth reminiscence of the Association's history.
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