AEAB Faculty William D. Gorman
Agricultural business management, international marketing
Bill Gorman is a Professor Emeritus in the Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business Department at New Mexico State University. He holds a B.S. in General Agriculture and a M.S. in Agricultural Economics from University of Illinois, and a Ph.D Oregon State University, Agricultural Economics, Minor: Economics & Statistics.
His fields of concentration are in: Agricultural Business Feasibility, High Value Crops, International Competitiveness, International Trade and Marketing. Gorman's areas of special interest are: International Marketing, Impacts of the Information Revolution on the structure of global food and agribusiness firms, and Viticulture. Gorman teaches the NAMA Market Analysis class and is the NAMA sponsor. Currently, Dr. Gorman serves as the advisor of the NMSU chapter of the National Agri-Marketing Association NAMA).
William D. Gorman
Office Location: GT 353E