AFRE PhD student and faculty collaborators presented research findings at professional meetings
AFRE PhD student and faculty collaborators presented research findings at Summer 2015 professional meetings.
September 14, 2015
Ryan Vroegindewey, AFRE PhD student, and AFRE faculty members, Véronique Thériault and John Staatz presented findings at AAEA and IFAMA professional meeting from field research in Mali, West Africa. The topic was developing and applying a framework for identifying cereal value chain vertical and horizontal governance structures that can coordinate African farmers with emerging market segments, and examining the conditions under which each is appropriate. View presentations below.
- Ryan Vroegindewey, Véronique Thériault, and John Staatz. 2015. A Framework for Analyzing Coordination in African Agricultural Value Chains: Evidence from Cereal Markets in Mali. Selected Poster presented at the 2015 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association and Western Agricultural Economics Association Joint Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, July 26-28.
- Ryan Vroegindewey, Véronique Thériault, and John Staatz. 2015. A Framework for Analyzing Coordination In African Agricultural Value Chains. Presentation, 2015 International Food and Agribusiness Association (IFAMA) Symposium, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN, June 14-17.