Reflections on a Career as an Industrial Organization and International Economist
Ian M. Sheldon
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2021, vol. 43, issue 2, 468-499
In this article, I reflect on my career in the agricultural economics profession as a researcher who has focused predominantly on the synthesis of two fields in economics: industrial organization and international trade. In that context, I consider my main contribution to have been in analyzing the impact of public policy where imperfect competition matters in the food and agricultural marketing system, be it in either the horizontal or vertical market dimensions. In addition, I have also paid considerable attention to incorporating market structure into empirical analysis of food and agricultural trade.
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