Quirino Paris: 2011 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Fellow
March 19, 2012
Quirino Paris, professor, is among the very rare economists who embrace econometric and mathematical programming approaches to conduct applied research. He was among the first researchers to recognize and take full advantage of the primal-dual approach to modeling choice in both production and consumer theories.
Paris is well known for his revival of von Liebi's law of the minimum, a conjecture about limiting nutrients as determinants of crop productivity.
He is also a Fellow of the European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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