Dr. Rebekka Dudensing

dudensing-extension-commdevDr. Rebekka Dudensing is an Associate Professor and Extension Economist in Community Economic Development. She is located in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. Rebekka provides economic and fiscal impacts analysis for industries, tourism events, and natural disasters and specializes in adapting impact models to unique circumstances. She also works with communities to evaluate opportunities for local and regional economic development. She is particularly interested in the sustainability of agriculture- and natural resource-dependent rural communities.

Rebekka has a B.S. in Agriculture from Kansas State University and an M.S. in Agricultural and Applied Economics from Texas Tech. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Economics at Clemson University where her fields were regional and development economics and public policy.

Special focus: Community economic development, impact analysis, rural development

Website: http://ruralcommunities.tamu.edu



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