Lecture with Doug Gollin

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Location: Hesburgh Center for International Studies

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

See http://kellogg.nd.edu/events/calendar/spring2017/frontiers.shtml#dg

Contact
Kellogg Institute for International Studies
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