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Sustainability & Globalization Lecture Series

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013 - 6:00pm
Richardson Memorial Hall, Room 201
Tulane School of Architecture

Ralph D. Christy, Director of Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development and Professor of Emerging Markets, Cornell University

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 @ 6:00 PM

Register today for Ralph D Christy’s lecture!

Presented by The University of New Orleans, Department of Planning & Urban Studies

Full bio

Professor Ralph D. Christy is Director of Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development and Professor of Emerging Markets at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, where he teaches and conducts food marketing research and educational programs on the economic performance of markets and distribution systems. He has advised industry leaders and public policy makers on food marketing strategies, economic development, and the organization of the global food economy. A Ph.D. graduate of Michigan State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics, Christy is past President of the American Agricultural Economics Association, and is currently a Board Member of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, WinRock International, and the Agribusiness Capital Fund.  He is the author of three books, A Century of Service:  Land Grant Colleges and Universities, 1890-1990(1992); Achieving Sustainable Communities in a Global Economy (2004); and Emerging Markets (forthcoming).  His most recent research calls attention to the role of creating an enabling environment for accelerating agro-industries’ contributions to sustain economic growth and development.


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