I joined ILRI-Hanoi in August 2017 as a Principal Scientist in Policy, Impact, and Value Chains. My role at ILRI will provide research leadership in the development of analytical frameworks and methodological tools for measuring the impact of livestock policy, investments, and research. I have twenty years of experience as an agricultural economist and quantitative modelling expert. My research applies systems approaches and quantitative methods in the areas of animal health, agribusiness and marketing chains, and agricultural and livestock policy in the developing world. I have previously worked at ILRI Headquarters in Nairobi, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington and New Delhi, the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, and Lincoln University in New Zealand. I also hold appointments as Visiting Professor in Animal Health and Behavioural Economics at Scotland's Rural University College (SRUC) and Visiting Professor at the Business School at the University of New England in Australia.
Framework for Estimating Indirect Costs in Animal Health Using Time Series Analysis. AS Barratt, KM Rich, JI Eze, T Porphyre, GJ Gunn, AW Stott
A framework for estimating society's economic welfare following the introduction of an animal disease: The case of Johne's disease. AS Barratt, MH Arnoult, B Vosough Ahmadi, KM Rich, GJ Gunn, AW Stott
Assessing the Economic Impact of Vaccine Availability When Controlling Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreaks. T Porphyre, KM Rich, HK Auty
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