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Gerald (Jerry) Shively
 Boston University  BA 1984, MA 1985
University of Wisconsin - Madison PhD 1996
 

Professor

Department
of Agricultural Economics,

Purdue University

2004 – present
 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (From Jerry's CV http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/staff/shively/shively_vita.pdf )

Technical Committee Chairperson, Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Project (SANREM CRSP). 2004 – 05.

Honorary Fellow, Department of Economics and Asian Economics Centre, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Conduct research on topics related to economic development and the environment in Southeast Asia. 2003 – 04.

Assistant and Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University.  1996 – 2004.

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Conducted research on general equilibrium impacts of trade and tax policies, including agricultural liberalization in the Philippines. 1996.

Instructor, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Designed and taught an interdisciplinary course entitled Causes of World Hunger. 1995.

Visiting Researcher, Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), and the University of the Philippines, Los Baños. Studied land degradation and technology adoption in the Philippines. 1994 – 1995.

Research Assistant, Cornell Food and Nutrition Policy Program (CFNPP), Cornell University. Conducted research on economic policy reforms in sub-Saharan Africa. 1988 – 1991.

 


 

From Jerry's webpage:
http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/staff/shively/

The photo ....(circa 1986) was taken during a trip to the Karakorum Mountains in Northern Pakistan. The environment is extremely beautiful in its starkness, and is very arid because the seasonal monsoons moving east across the Indian subcontinent have dropped most of their mosture by the time they reach the Karakorum. The thin green line along the right of the photo indicates the location of a hand-dug irrigation canal that brings water (in the form of glacial melt) to farms in the valley below. The larger clump of vegetation at the far right betrays a leak in the irrigation canal. I'm wearing my favorite hat, from Nepal.

I've recently returned from sabbatical at the Asian Economics Centre, in the Economics Department at the University of Melbourne. .... During my sabbatical I completed work on a book, co-edited with Ian Coxhead at University of Wisconsin, entitled "Land Use Change in Tropical Watersheds: Evidence, Causes and Remedies." Here is the Table of Contents . The book will be published by CAB International in late 2005.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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