Mark W. Rosegrant

Research Fellow Emeritus
International Food Policy Research Institute
Profile / Bio: 

Mark is a Research Fellow Emeritus at the International Food Policy Research Institute and a Nonresident Fellow of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. With a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Michigan, he has extensive experience in research and policy analysis in agriculture and economic development and the future of world food security, with an emphasis on water resources and other critical natural resource and agricultural policy issues as they impact food security, rural livelihoods and environmental sustainability.

He is the author or editor of 12 books and over 100 refereed papers in agricultural economics, water resources and food policy analysis. Mark has won numerous awards, and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; and a Fellow of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.

Materials

Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Ending Hunger in Asia and the Pacific by 2030: An Assessment of Investment Requirements in Agriculture 29 October 2019 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Knowledge Management
Ending Hunger in Asia and the Pacific by 2030: An Assessment of Investment Requirements in Agriculture 29 October 2019 Document Agriculture and Natural Resources, Climate Change
Investment Requirements to Achieve Food Security in Asia and the Pacific in 2030 15 June 2017 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Finance, ICT
Agriculture and Food Security in Asia: Future Scenarios 12 April 2012 Slides Agriculture and Natural Resources, Industry and Trade, Water
Agriculture and Food Security in Asia: Future Scenarios 12 April 2012 Document Agriculture and Natural Resources, Industry and Trade, Water