External Environment for Agriculture and Policy Analysis (Agricultural Policy)
Behavioral and Experimental Economics
Zafar Kurbanov joined the department of Agricultural Policy in January 2019 as a PhD student within the SUSADICA project. Before his work at IAMO, he had been teaching an undergraduate microeconomics module at Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT). He completed his master’s degree in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics with a Fulbright scholarship at the University of Rhode Island, USA. In his research he employs experimental economics (lab and field) and econometric methods to study how human behavior affects decisions.