David Dawe

Senior Economist with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

David Dawe is a Senior Economist with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and is currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. He has been conducting agricultural and food policy analysis and research for more than 20 years, and has edited several books on the Asian and world rice economies. David has spent much of his professional career resident in Southeast Asia, having worked for the Harvard Institute for International Development in Indonesia, the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines and at FAO’s regional office for Asia and the Pacific in Thailand (as well as several years at FAO headquarters in Rome). He has published research in the areas of trade and markets, domestic price policy, production and natural resources (fertilizer and water management, climate) and nutrition, and is an editor for the journal Global Food Security. His Ph.D. is from Harvard University in Economics.

David Dawe

Senior Economist with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

David Dawe is a Senior Economist with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and is currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. He has been conducting agricultural and food policy analysis and research for more than 20 years, and has edited several books on the Asian and world rice economies. David has spent much of his professional career resident in Southeast Asia, having worked for the Harvard Institute for International Development in Indonesia, the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines and at FAO’s regional office for Asia and the Pacific in Thailand (as well as several years at FAO headquarters in Rome). He has published research in the areas of trade and markets, domestic price policy, production and natural resources (fertilizer and water management, climate) and nutrition, and is an editor for the journal Global Food Security. His Ph.D. is from Harvard University in Economics.