Andrew Stevens

Andrew Stevens

University of Wisconsin–Madison

I am an applied economist with research interests in agricultural and food
policy. Currently, I work as an Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. I received my Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, and my undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Chicago. I have also previously worked at Mississippi State University and the Economic Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture.

My research focuses on economic decision-making throughout the food supply chain from agricultural production to consumer demand. I am currently particularly interested in studying US agricultural production and applying modern econometric techniques to high-resolution panel data. By better understanding how individual producers and consumers make decisions, I hope to support producers, address market failures, and inform evidence-based policymaking.

In addition to my research, I greatly enjoy teaching. I have received several teaching awards including the UW–Madison Taylor Hibbard Club Excellence in Teaching Award (2020, 2023), the Myron H. and Anna Atwood Faculty Fellow Award (2022), and the Robert R. Spitzer Teaching Excellence Award (2023). In 2019, I also earned a Certificate for Veterans’ Administrators and Certifying Officials from Mississippi State University.