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Master of Agribusiness

Partners

The Master of Agribusiness program is committed to global education and the promotion of globalization of agriculture and the food system. This commitment led to the development of international partnerships. One partnership of the MAB has brought eight professors from various countries together to teach an innovative class. AGEC 710, Comparative Food and Agriculture Systems, offers students an Internet-based look into the business and economics of food and agriculture from around the world.

Ravipim ChaveesukRavipim Chaveesuk
An East Asian professor with an agro-industry technology management background.
fagirpc@ku.ac.th

Kasetsart University
Bangkok, Thailand

Yann DuvalYann Duval
An economist with extensive experience with Asia-Pacific trade and investment.
ylduval@yahoo.com

Bangkok, Thailand

Roberto Fava ScareRoberto Fava Scare
A professor of Economics in the School of Business and Economics.
rfava@usp.br

University of São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil

Theodora HyuhaTheodora Hyuha
A senior lecturer and professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness. t
hyuha@yahoo.com

Makerere University
Kampala, Uganda

Nic LeesNic Lees
A senior lecturer in agribusiness management.
nic.lees@lincoln.ac.nz

Lincoln University
Christchurch, New Zealand

Maud Roucan-KaneMaud Roucan
A Purpan professor with a background in the European agribusiness industry.
maud.roucan@purpan.fr

Ecole d' ingénieurs de Purpan
Toulouse, France

Rajinder SidhuRajinder Sidhu
Dean and economics professor who specializes in agricultural policies analysis and farm economics.
sidhurajinder@yahoo.com

Punjab Agricultural University
Ludhiana, India

Pavel SorokinPavel Sorokin
A Russian professor who has served in Russian and Soviet Union embassies.
pavelsorokin@hotmail.com

Russian State Agrarian University
Moscow, Russia

For more information about these partners, please go to the Global Agribusiness Education Network.