Lecture with Doug Gollin


Location: Hesburgh Center for International Studies (View on map.nd.edu)

New Frontiers in Economic Development Series

Doug Gollin is professor of development economics at Oxford University. His research focuses on economic development, with a particular interest in agriculture and structural transformation. His work brings a general equilibrium perspective to issues such as sectoral differences in productivity; the impacts of agricultural technologies; the role of transport costs in shaping spatial patterns of development; the importance of small firms and self employment in poor countries; and the macroeconomic effects of disease. He chairs the Standing Panel on Impact Assessment of the CGIAR, a consortium of international agricultural research organizations, and is the colead academic for the International Growth Centre's Ethiopia program. He is currently a managing editor of the Journal of African Economies and associate editor for the Journal of Development Economics and Oxford Development Studies.

Cosponsored with the Department of Economics

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