Neda Trifkovic

Neda Trifkovic

Assistant professor, tenure track, Tenure Track Assistant Professor

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My research is at the intersection of development economics, agricultural economics and food policy, with an emphasis on transformation of global value chains. A common thread in my research is the analysis of how institutions shape economic outcomes for participants from developing countries. Specific areas in which I have been conducting research include welfare effects of international regulation for smallholders in developing countries, food quality and safety standards, contract farming, market access and food policy. 

Now hiring 4 PhD students on the CAFSUS project. The call for positions is available here.

Primary fields of research

Development Economics, Agricultural Economics, Labor, Global Value Chains, Food Standards, Contract Farming, Food Policy

Current research

Small and Medium Enterprises in Vietnam and Myanmar, Standards, Corporate Social Responsibility

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