Professor Shively conducts nationally and internationally recognized
research on agricultural development and the environment. His research
focuses on the links among poverty, land and labor use, and natural
resource management in developing regions of the world. His interests
also include the environmental and distributional implications of
sectoral and macroeconomic policies, and dynamic household models
incorporating risk. Prof. Shively's international experience includes
research in numerous African and Asian countries.
has been designated a University Faculty Scholar and is the 2007
recipient of Purdue’s Agricultural Research Award. He is the former
Editor-in-Chief of Agricultural Economics, the flagship journal of the
International Association of Agricultural Economists and serves on the
Editorial Policy Boards of the journals Land Economics and Environment and Development Economics.