Dr. Saleem Shaik Presents at Southern Agricultural Economics Association Meeting
Dr. Saleem Shaik, Assistant Professor in Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department, presented a paper at the 45th Annual meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association (SAEA) meeting in Orlando, Florida on February 2-6, 2013. The title of his paper is “Climate Risk Adjusted Efficiency Measures of World and Regional Agricultural Sector”
As Chair of the selected paper sessions, Dr. Shaik presented the report to the executive council outlining the pros and cons of the selected paper process for the current year. Dr. Shaik compiled and put together a 50-word abstract for all the 2013 selected papers into a publishable report to be posted on SAEA website and moderated two sessions.
"The purposes and objectives of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association shall be to foster the study and understanding of agricultural economics and its applications to problems in the Southern United States; to promote unity and effectiveness of effort among all concerned with those problems; to promote improvement in the professional competence and standards of members; to cooperate with other organizations and institutions engaged in similar or related activities; and to increase the contribution of agricultural economics to human welfare." http://www.saea.org/