The Food System Research Group (FSRG) maintains an open door policy
regarding collaborative research efforts that address our objectives.
The FSRG is interested in building relationships with other
key industrial organization researchers through part or full-year teaching
and research sabbaticals. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is one
of the highest ranked public institutions in the U.S. with strong
economic resources in several departments. The University library system
is expansive, and the on-line journal access covers most major and
minor economics journals. The Madison community has tremendous ammenities
and the area is well suited to meet most any housing demand.
The FSRG is also interested in building collaborative arrangements
through joint grant-writing activities, funding researchers over the
summer, and working with other funded groups or individuals working
on I/O topics.
The FSRG is interested in funding top graduate students to
pursue an open research agenda of applied and/or theoretical industrial
Please contact the director, Kyle
Stiegert, to discuss arrangements.