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Rashid Hassan

Research Fellows

Director, Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA), Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, University of Pretoria


Areas of Interest:

  • Natural Resources
  • Agricultural Economics and Policy
  • Rural Development

Education:

  • Ph.D. Economics, December 1989, IOWA STATE UNIVERSIT, USA.
  • M.Sc., Agricultural Economics, May 1988, IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA
  • M.Sc., Agric. Economics, March 1983, UNIVERSITY OF KHARTOUM, Sudan
  • B.Sc., Honors (Division I), July 1977 UNIVERSITY OF KHARTOUM, Sudan (Major: Agricultural Economics)

Experience:

  • Director, Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA), Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, University of Pretoria, April 2001 – Present
  • Professor and Chair in environmental economics and policy, Department of Agricultural Economics. University of Pretoria, South Africa, January 1998 – April 2001
  • Associate Professor of agricultural and resource economics, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0002, RSA, April 1997 – December 1997
  • Environmental Economist Principal Researcher and Leader of the Economic Analysis and Policy Support Group at the Division of Water, Environment, and Forest Technology, May 1995 – March 1997

Latest Publications:

  • [107] Yami, M., Meyer, F., and Hassan, R. (2017), Testing price leadership role in major regional maize markets in Ethiopia: implications for targeted market intervention, Agrekon (in press)
  • [106] Hassan, R., Mungatana, E., and Akpalu, W. (2017), Past experiences and future challenges for the economics and policy of managing the commons of sub-Saharan Africa, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (REEP – in press)
  • [105] Yami, M., Meyer, F., and Hassan, R. (2017), Modelling price formation and dynamics in the Ethiopian maize market, Journal of Agric. Science & Technology (in press)
  • [104] Waha, Zipf, Kurukulasuriya, Hassan (2016), An agricultural survey for more than 9000 African households, Scientific Data (www.nature.com/scientificdata – DOI:10.1038/data.2016.20)

 

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