Associate Professor, Department of Economics, York University
Tasso Adamopoulos is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics of York University, Toronto. His general research interests lie in the areas of macroeconomics, growth and development, and international economics. His current work focuses on understanding the determinants of aggregate and producer-level productivity, with a focus on agriculture. He obtained his Ph.D from the University of Toronto.
Recent work by Tasso Adamopoulos
Low agricultural productivity in developing countries is not destiny, as there is remarkable potential for raising crop yields given their land...
Weak land rights among farmers reduces agricultural productivity and output, hitting skilled farmers hardest
Land reforms, whilst well-intended, misallocate land and labour across farms, thereby reducing average farm size and agricultural productivity