Eric Abaidoo is a fourth-year PhD candidate in the Agricultural, Food, and Natural Resource Economics Department at Michigan State University. His current research focuses on developing and analyzing a comprehensive database on production inputs, labor use, and outputs from agricultural farms in Myanmar. Prior to Michigan State University, Eric received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Davidson College in North Carolina. His love and curiosity for learning is depicted in the inter-disciplinary nature of the degree he is currently working towards. Eric has also tested the waters in other disciplines such as Chemistry, Physics, and English Literature during his time at an International Baccalaureate school in Norway. These unique experiences motivated Eric to join the Bailey Scholars Program as a Graduate Fellow. He is a Ghanaian and a devout Christian. He enjoys participating in several sporting activities including soccer, basketball, and tennis.