B.A., Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, 1973
M.S., Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, 1976
Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University, 1979
Prior to retirement Dr. Johnson had a joint appointment in Agricultural Economics and the Truman School of Public Affairs. He was director of the Community Policy Analysis. His research areas included the causes and consequence of rural economic development, fiscal and economic impact analysis, local government finance, renewable energy, rural entrepreneurship, land use and rural transportation.
Community Policy Analysis Center
Rural Policy Research Institute
European Union Center
Canadian Studies Center