Iain Fraser is a Professor of Agri-Environmental Economics. He received his PhD from the University of Manchester in 1992. He has held academic positions in the UK at the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University and Imperial College. He also lectured in Australia for seven years at La Trobe University. His research interests cover various aspects of agricultural, environmental and resource economics.
Iain's current research interests cover various aspects of agricultural, environmental and resource economics. Examples, include agri-environmental economics (the use of contracts, implications of climate change, farmer coordination), non-market valuation (Choice Experiments), the role of information in food consumption and applied econometrics. He has also conducted research on various aspects of biodiversity conservation, natural resource accounting, household waste management and the use of contracts in the Australian wine sector.
Current research projects include:
Recently completed projects include:
Iain's RePEc page is http://econpapers.repec.org/RAS/pfr98.htm
Iain has successfully supervised a number of MSc and PhD students in the School of Economics and DICE.
Current PhD students