Tatiana Borisova is an Agricultural Economist in the Farm Economy Branch. She has worked as an extension specialist and associate professor at the University of Florida, focusing on water economics and policy topics. Her projects included developing a Statewide forecasting model for Florida water supply and demand management expenditure, and analyzing costs and returns for alternative specialty crops production methods. Before joining the University of Florida, she worked for West Virginia University, examining the economics of aquaculture production, pasture-raised beef, and water quality improvement projects. Her current duties at ERS are with the farm income forecasting team.
Ph.D. in agricultural, environmental, and regional economics from Pennsylvania State University