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Virtual Research Seminar

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We are pleased to announce and continue our Research Seminar Series.

Join our 13th Virtual Research Seminar on Monday, April 22, 2021 at 11:00AM Tashkent time.

Bekhzod Egamberdiev, PhD Student in Agricultural Markets, Marketing and World Agricultural Trade (Agricultural Markets) at the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO). Prior to joining IAMO, he was a lecturer at Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT), Uzbekistan. He studied agricultural economics at the University of Hohenheim and business management at the University of Pune (MITSOM), India. His research areas include food security, resilience study, consumer and health economics.

Bekhzod Egamberdiev will present “Household Resilience to Food Security under Covariate and Idiosyncratic Shocks: Latent Class and Instrumental Variable Approach”.

Abstract: Discussions on the role of resilience to food security in the face of risk conveys a message that the static nature of resilience capacity is limited to show emerging patterns of resilience; therefore panel data findings are nontrivial to understand dynamic nature of the concept. This paper contributes to the existing literature on measuring resilience capacity and determining its magnitude of impact on food security outcomes. Our results from the case of Kyrgyzstan generally suggest that household resilience capacity serves to increase household diet diversity and food consumption in the presence of shock.

Join the seminar, link for participation:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82340181819?pwd=d1hqQWNEbElXYTVYRElSdEZmRTZMZz09 
Meeting ID: 823 4018 1819
Passcode: 831333

Research Seminars are a place where faculty and research assistants share completed research and work in progress. They receive valuable feedback to strengthen their research preparing them for conference presentations and publications. On occasion, visiting researchers from outside the University share their work. Research Seminars are open to public.

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