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Dr. John Spriggs

Professor

Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities

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Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities

Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Regional Socio-Economic Development

Research Professor

University of Canberra

Foundation Professor of Agribusiness

Charles Sturt University

Professor

University of Saskatchewan

Affiliations

Evaluation Team Member
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research

Education

PhD

University of Minnesota

Web References (21 Total References)


This was stated by Dr John ...

www.pakalumni.com [cached]

This was stated by Dr John Spriggs, a professor of Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities, University of Canberra, while addressing participants of Australia-Pakistan Agriculture Sector Linkages Program (ASLP II) research group meeting at Syndicate Hall of the University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) here on Friday.

He said horticultural and dairy sectors of Pakistan had great productivity potential, which was not being exploited as per capacity. He emphasized scientists to device farmers friendly solutions and packages.
He maintained that ASLP-II project would provide guidelines towards destination of prosperity and rural development. He was of the view that the three-year duration project had been initiated under developed areas of Sindh and Punjab.


John ...

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John Spriggs

Evaluation Team Member
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John Spriggs is Adjunct Professor at University of Canberra in agri-business, specializing in trans-disciplinary ways to engage stakeholders to maximize agricultural supply chains and agri-business. He previously was Foundation Professor of Agribusiness at Charles Sturt University and before that Professor of Agricultural Economics at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He has built a research program which brings together organic research, collaborative development, agricultural development economics, agricultural marketing and agricultural value chain management.


Research Staff - University of Canberra

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Professor John Spriggs


John ...

iea.cgiar.org [cached]

John Spriggs

Evaluation Team Member
John Spriggs is Adjunct Professor at University of Canberra in agri-business, specializing in trans-disciplinary ways to engage stakeholders to maximize agricultural supply chains and agri-business. He previously was Foundation Professor of Agribusiness at Charles Sturt University and before that Professor of Agricultural Economics at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He has built a research program which brings together organic research, collaborative development, agricultural development economics, agricultural marketing and agricultural value chain management.


A University of Canberra team led ...

www.canberra.edu.au [cached]

A University of Canberra team led by Professor John Spriggs and Professor Barbara Chambers is working with ACIAR to help develop dairy, mango and citrus production and marketing in Pakistan.

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