Prof. Gideon Obare is an Agricultural Economist with 21 years of post-doctoral experience in the economic analysis of smallholder agricultural systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. Primary research and fields of interest include farm level competitiveness, food security, sustainable agriculture, environment and resource economics. He has further trained in management planning and communicating research.
Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, 2000 – Egerton University, Kenya. http://www.egerton.ac.ke
M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics, 1989 – Kiel University, Germany. http://www.food-econ.uni-kiel.de
B.Sc. In Agriculture, 1984 – University of Nairobi. https://uonbi.ac.ke/faculty-agriculture
Agricultural and Nutritional Policy