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卡特三农学术论坛之131期通告 主讲人:Titus Awokuse 教授 李曼研究员

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主讲题目一:Challenged and Future Trends Facing the Discipline of Agricultural Economics and Some Specific Examples From MSU.

主讲人: Titus Awokuse, Chairperson and Professor, Michigan State University

主讲题目二:Deforestation and Smallholder Income:Evidence from Remittances to Nepal

主讲人:李曼 研究员, 国际食物政策研究所(IFPRI)

主持人:金松青教授,省千人计划学者

时间:6月7日(周四)下午14:00---

地点:浙江大学紫金港校区启真大厦1213

主讲人简介:

Dr.Titus Awokuse is Chairperson and Professor in the Department of Agriculture, Food and Resource Economics at Michigan State University. Prior to joining AFRE he was Chairperson and Professor in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics at the University of Delaware. He is an internationally respected scholar who has consulted for private businesses, national governments, international development agencies, and non-governmental organizations.  He has made notable contributions to the agricultural and applied economics professionby serving on various committees and taken on leadership roles in several professional associations. He served as editor of Agricultural and Resource Economics Review journal from 2007-2010. He is Chair-Elect of the National Association of Agricultural Economics Administrators (NAAEA) section of the Agricultural and Applied Economic Association (AAEA). His research interests concern agricultural markets and price analysis, international economics, economic growth and development, and food policy and has published approximately 30 journal articles in several refereed journals including Economic Inquiry, Economics Letters, Canadian Journal of Economics, Journal of Comparative Economics, and World Development.

Man Li is a Research Fellow at the Environment and Production Technology Division of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). She is a researcher working at the intersection of land economics, spatial modeling, economic geography, and water economy. Man holds a PhD in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics and a PhD Minor in statistics, Oregon State University.