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Background Information

Employment History

Agricultural Economics University of Saskatchewan

Research Professor

University of Canberra

Foundation Professor of Agribusiness

Charles Sturt University


University of Saskatchewan


Evaluation Team Member
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research



University of Minnesota

Web References (19 Total References)

Research Staff - University of Canberra [cached]

Professor John Spriggs

CRP evaluation of Policies, Institutes, and Markets (PIM) | Independent Evaluation Arrangement [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.

Improving market systems: expert to share insight - University of New England - Alumni [cached]

John Spriggs, Professor of Regional Socio-Economic Development at the University of Canberra's Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities, will present UNE's John L. Dillon Memorial Lecture for 2007. The free lecture, titled "Improving Agricultural Marketing Systems in the Developing World", will be at 1 pm in the Lewis Seminar Room (EBL Building, UNE).

"If you are concerned to improve an agricultural marketing system in the developing world, then it is necessary to see the marketing system as fundamentally a social system that exists within a particular cultural context," Professor Spriggs said.
Professor Spriggs (BAgEc Hons 1971) has worked on projects (funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research) to improve marketing systems for maize and soybeans in rural areas of Cambodia and for fresh produce in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
His interest in improving the socio-economic conditions of societies includes rural and regional Australia, and he has carried out research in the Coleambally Irrigation Area of NSW. As an Adjunct Professor at UNE, he is involved in research projects with members of UNE's School of Business, Economics and Public Policy.

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John Spriggs John Spriggs is Adjunct Professor in agri-business, specialising in trans-disciplinary ways to engage stakeholders to maximise agricultural supply chains and agri-business. He was formerly Professor of Agribusiness at Charles Sturt University and Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. His research interests include socio-economic change in local, national and international regions, agribusiness supply chain management, agribusiness marketing, and agricultural policy.

Staff Profiles : Faculty of Education : University of Canberra [cached]

John Spriggs

John Spriggs

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