Jamie Morrison biography

Jamie Morrison is Director and Strategic Programme Leader of the Food and Agriculture Organization’s Food Systems Programme. He has more than 25 years of experience in the provision of research, capacity development and technical assistance in relation to the impact of trade and economic policy reform on food security.

He was lead author of the FAO’s State of Agricultural Commodity Markets on the theme of trade and food security, is the editor of several books, and author of many peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters.   

Prior to joining FAO in 2004, Jamie was Senior Lecturer in Agricultural Economics at Imperial College London. He holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from the University of London, having previously gained a BSc. in Agricultural Sciences from Massey University, New Zealand and MSc. in Agricultural Development Economics from Wye College, University of London.

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