Join us on Tuesday, September 27 in Pepsico Auditorium at 3:45 pm
“Consumer Preferences for Fresh Produce Attributes in Kenya: A Choice Experiment Approach”
Miguel is the Robert G. Tobin Associate Professor in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. He is director of the Food Industry Management Program, which is globally recognized as the premier food industry education, research, and outreach program. His research concentrates broadly on the study of food marketing and distribution issues with emphasis on fresh produce. Specifically, his research focuses on how to improve the economic and sustainability performance of food value chains; and on the economics of food markets to enhance benefits for value chains participants including growers, packers/shippers, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers.
Diversity in the field of food science – in race, gender, sex, religion, language, ability, veteran status, place of origin, academic specialization, etc. – is an asset to our learning experience. As a result, we hope to provide an inclusive and welcoming space for our speakers to share their expertise. We want to reaffirm our commitment to speaking respectfully and mindfully to members of our Cornell community as well as our guests and note that individuals identifying with historically minoritized groups should not be expected to describe or provide perspective on these groups unless they themselves volunteer to relate their experiences. We value the scholarship of each of our speakers, and we invite our speakers in order to hear their unique contributions to the field.
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