The 14th EAAE Congress intends to take stock of the insights of scholars into Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies issues in all areas of agricultural, food and rural economics. This is a next video presentation of seven Congress plenary themes. Prof. Chambers gives an overview of different modelling approaches to incorporating by products in agricultural production models and to determining shadow pricing for undesireable outputs.

You are welcome to join “EAAE Congress 2014” group on LinkedIn and participate in pre-congress discussions moderated by plenary speakers.

The 14th EAAE Congress will take place in Ljubljana, 26th to 29th August 2014. For more information on congress programme, pre-congress symposia and excursions visit webpage eaae2014.si.

About prof. Robert Chambers:
Robert G. Chambers was born in Washington, DC and raised in nearby Rockville, Maryland. He received his undergraduate training at Georgetown University, his MS degree from the University of Maryland, and his PhD from the University of California (Berkeley). He joined the faculty at the University of Maryland in 1979 and has been there ever since apart from leave to serve as Senior Economist at the US President’s Council of Economic Advisers. His areas of interest include production economics, microeconomic theory, decisionmaking under uncertainty, and agricultural economics. He is married and has three sons, Christopher, Geoffrey, and Timothy. He currently resides in Maryland, New York, and New Mexico with his wife, Michelle, his youngest son, Tim, and their Portuguese Water Dogs, Bondi and Jack.

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