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Dr Bozzola’s main research focuses on;

  • Agricultural economics (decision making under risk, technology adoption, food and nutrition security)
  • Climate change economics (climate change adaptation and mitigation in the agri-food sector)
  • Sustainable value chains (with focus on the agri-food sector)
  • Economics of wildlife management and wildlife trade
  • Applied Econometrics
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Dr Bozzola is interested in taking students who are interested in conducting research on the topics mentioned above.

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Phd Title: Promoting Food and Nutrition Security through Sustainable Value Chains in the Agri-food Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa.  - DfE-funded studentship

Name: Ms Shannon McLaughlin

Years of Study: 2018-present

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Dr Bozzola’s 3 recent publications include:

  • A Ricardian Analysis of the Impact of Climate Change on Italian Agriculture.” European Review of Agricultural Economics 45 (1): 57-79.
  • “The Allure of the Illegal: a choice modelling approach to understanding rhino horn consumption in Vietnam” Conservation Letters 11(3): 1-8.
  • Bozzola, M., M. Smale and S. Di Falco. “Maize Intensification among Smallholder Farmers in Kenya: Understanding the Impacts of Climate”. Book Chapter in: "Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa: Food Security in a Changing Environment." 



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