Welcome Prof. Hrabrin Bachev from Institute of Agricultural Economics, Bulgaria to be committee member！
日期：2020-01-03 点击量： 768次
Prof. Hrabrin Bachev, Institute of Agricultural Economics, Bulgaria
New Institutional Economics
Carrying and leading research and policy assistance projects on agrarian and rural development issues. Research and teaching at University of Missouri, Columbia, USA; University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; Kyoto University, Kyoto, Tohoku University, Sendai, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, National Agriculture Research Center, Tsukuba, Japan; Birkbeck College of London University, London, United Kingdom; Catholic University of Louvain, Leuvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; INRA, Montpellier, France; Central European University, Budapest, Hungary; University of National and World Economy, Sofia; Agrarian University, Plovdiv. More than 300 academic papers, contributions to books and books in 40 countries of Europe, North America and Asia. Incorporating the new developing interdisciplinary New Institutional and Transaction Cost Economics (combining Economics, Organization, Law, Sociology, Political and Behavioral Sciences) into agrarian and food sector to analyze diverse modes of governance (market, private, public, hybrid, formal, informal, local, regional, transnational), and factors and prospects of institutional and organizational modernization. Recent research focuses on governance and assessment of agrarian and rural sustainability; analysis of agrarian and rural institutions, organizations and contracts; environmental and risk governance, food security and food chain management; assessment of impacts of EU and national policies and programs; management and agrarian research and innovation etc. Extensive consultancy and contribution to a great number of policy assistance projects carried out by the Government, UN FAO, EU, OECD, NATO, WB, IIED etc. Co-founder, and the first Executive Secretary and Vice-President of the Bulgarian Association of Agricultural Economists, MC member of Agricultural Academy, SULIVER, and COST IS1001 Bio-objects, and member of European Association of Agricultural Economists, and International Association of Agricultural Economics.