Dr. Maros Ivanic is consultant with the Trade Department of the Development Economics Research Group at the World Bank where he analyzes issues related to international trade and poverty. Previously, he worked at the Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting in Qatar and the Center for Global Trade Analysis at Purdue University. Dr. Ivanic holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University. He is author of several journal articles and book chapters on the topics of international trade liberalization and poverty assessment.
Articles by Maros Ivanic :
Did trade-policy responses to food-price spikes reduce poverty?
3 August 2013, 10712 reads
Food prices and food security: Don’t blame liberalisation
21 November 2008, 30211 reads
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