Professor and Extension Specialist-Public Policy
Ph.D.: University of Florida
B309 Clark Bldg.
Andrew (Andy) Seidl, Ph.D. is Associate Department Head and Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University. He also supports the UNDP Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN) as senior technical advisor. Andy’s work focuses on natural resource-based economic development and private lands conservation policy with recent work in journals of Nature Ecology and Evolution, Parks, World Development, Restoration Ecology, Ecosystem Services, Tourism Economics, Ecological Economics, and Environment and Development Economics, and in popular press including New Europe, the OECD Observer and World Conservation. Andy is advisor to DARE’s Food and Resource Economics in Italy, semester abroad program and is faculty of the Colorado School of Public Health and the CSU School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SOGES) and on the advisory board of the Salazar Center for North American Conservation. Previously, Seidl was Head, Global Economics Programme, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Switzerland, Natural Resource Economist, Brazilian Center for Agricultural Research in the Pantanal (CPAP-EMBRAPA), Brazil, and Commodity Analyst, UN-FAO, Italy.