Professor Emeritus of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics and of African studies at Michigan State University
John Staatz is professor emeritus of agricultural, food, and resource economics and of African studies at Michigan State University. He has worked on issues of African economic development for 36 years, with special focus on West Africa. He conducts research and works with graduate students and African colleagues in the areas of food policy, food system organization and performance, food security, economic development, institutional change, information economics, and regional trade and marketing.
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