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AAEA News | Tuesday, October 26, 2021
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The New Humanitarian

“To overlook the food-insecure rural households in the Delta and Dry Zones would be to overlook almost half the food-insecure rural households in Myanmar,” said Duncan Boughton, a professor of agricultural, food, and resource economics at Michigan State University who was also part of the team behind the IFPRI paper.

Duncan Boughton, Michigan State University




President's Message

Madhu Khanna
AAEA President

October 2021

Following the meetings in Austin, it is great to see our Board, Committees and Sections engaged in organizing events for AAEA.  We have an exciting program planned for the ASSA meetings, January 7-9, 2022 which are being held virtually. We have six sessions that cover a wide range of topics including the effects of land property rights on land use, the effects of COVID-19 on agricultural markets and trade, the relationship between food prices and affordability of healthy diets and the effects of climate change on agricultural production. Information about all of the sessions that AAEA is hosting at ASSA can be found here: https://www.aaea.org/meetings/aaea-at-assa-annual-meeting/aaea-at-2022-assa-annual-meeting

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