BROWSE RESEARCH BY PEOPLE
Professor Wendy Umberger
Centre for Global Food and Resources, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
Professor Wendy Umberger is the Executive Director of the Centre for Global Food and Resources at the University of Adelaide and specialises in food economics and food policy. Wendy has research projects in Australia, North America, Asia, the Pacific Islands and South Africa related to the economics of global food systems. Wendy's research uses innovative methods to understand drivers of consumer and producer behaviour related to food issues, including nutrition, food safety, and health and marketing claims related to quality (credence) attributes associated with the production and processing of food. She has published extensively and has been invited to present her work internationally to a variety of audiences including industry, government and academic. She will be using this expertise in the Mango Markets project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/007: Challenges and opportunities for meeting requirements of China mango markets
February 2, 2018
Mr Tiago Wandschneider
Lisbon, Portugal
Mr Tiago Wandschneider is an economist with 23 years of experience in international development, both in Asia and in Africa. In recent years he has led and contributed to a number of ACIAR funded research activities in Southeast Asia and China, with a focus on agricultural value chains, markets and trade. He will be using this expertise in the Mango Markets project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/007: Challenges and opportunities for meeting requirements of China mango markets
February 28, 2018
Dr Sarah Wheeler
Centre for Global Food and Resources, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
Dr Sarah Wheeler is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and the Associate Director of Research with the Centre for Global Food and Resources at the University of Adelaide. She has over 100 peer-reviewed publications in the research areas of irrigated farming, climate change, organic farming, water markets, water scarcity, crime and gambling. She is an Associate Editor of the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics and an Associate Editor of Water Resources and Economics. She has been a guest editor for a special issue of Agricultural Water Management and is currently on five editorial boards. Sarah is also the Chair of the Murray-Darling Basin working group of the Food, Energy, Environment and Water (FE2W) Network. She will be using this expertise in the Mango Markets project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/007: Challenges and opportunities for meeting requirements of China mango markets
February 2, 2018
Dr Zainuri
Faculty of Food Technology and Agroindustry, University of Mataram, Tenggara Barat, Indonesia
Dr Zainuri is a postharvest and food quality researcher. She obtained Master Degree and PhD from the University of Queensland and is teaching in the Faculty of Food Technology and Agroindustry, University of Mataram. Zainuri has been involved in several projects funded by the ACIAR and has engaged in mango research projects, including: quality management to enhance effective supply chains for mangoes and rambutans; mango off-season for improving dryland use management for climate change; and the early mango flowering practices. She will be using this expertise in the Mango Quality project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/009: Enhancing mango fruit quality in Asian mango chains
February 28, 2018
Dr Alec Zuo
Centre for Global Food and Resources, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
Dr Alec Zuo is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide. Alec was awarded his PhD in economics in University of South Australia in 2007. He has been working on research projects funded by the Australian Research Council, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, the National Water Commission, the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, and the Ford Foundation. Alec is an expert on research design, data management, data analysis and applied economic research in the areas of agricultural and environmental economics. His research has been published in quality international and national journals, such as American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Global Environmental Change, European Review of Agricultural Economics, Environmental and Resources Economics, and Economic Record. He will be using this expertise across multiply Mango research projects.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/007: Challenges and opportunities for meeting requirements of China mango markets
  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
January 18, 2017