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Frank Dooley

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KRAN 686
Agricultural Economics
College of Agriculture
West Lafayette, IN 47907


Dr. Frank Dooley’s research focuses on the issues related to transporting biofuels and co-products. This ranges from transportation alternatives and strategies to the effects of changing grain flows arising from the growth of a biofuels industry. 

Dr. Frank Dooley’s primary responsibility is working with all aspects of the curriculum serving the 425 undergraduate students in the Department of Agricultural Economics. As Teaching Coordinator, his responsibility is to ensure there is a direct link between the skills needed by food and agribusiness companies, the learning outcomes of our students, and the coursework offered by the Department of Agricultural Economics.  

Expertise: Transportation, Economics, Supply chain




B.S., St. John's University , 1976 

J.D., University of North Dakota, 1981 
Ph.D., Washington State University, 1986


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