Professor of Economics, University of Bordeaux; Senior Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute
Tanguy Bernard is professor at the University of Bordeaux and affiliated with IFPRI and J-PAL. His research focuses on issues of poverty and rural development, with particular interest in small farmers’ production and commercialization constraints, as well as their economic aspirations and related future-oriented behavior. Most of his fieldwork is concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Recent work by Tanguy Bernard
Promoting modern seed varieties accelerated the deforestation of primary forest in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Agriculture market reforms that allow quality recognition enable farmers to capture higher prices and lead to adoption of better technology