The Applied Economics Department at Oregon State University recently honored Dr. Bruce Weber, Professor Emeritus and Director of the OSU Rural Studies Program

Bruce Weber, Professor Emeritus and Director of the OSU Rural Studies Program, on the occasion of his retirement. Bruce continues his leadership role on the RUPRI Analytic and Academic Programs team.  View Article

Featured RUPRI Leader: Dr. Bruce Weber

Bruce has been a professor of applied economics at Oregon State University since the 1970s, where he teaches courses on rural community economics and policy on rural poverty. He is also the director of the OSU Rural Studies Program and does applied research on rural poverty and the U.S. social safety net. He has been […]

A Community Based Framework for Understanding Problems and Exploring Alternatives: Connecting Underemployment, Poverty and Access to Health Care in the Mississippi Delta. Rural Poverty Research Center. February 2006.

This paper was authored by John J. Green and Albert B. Nylander as part of the Rural Poverty Research Center Working Paper Series. Working Paper No. 06-02. Click Here for Working Paper