Understanding the complex processes that put food on the table across the world is vital to our ability to benefit from modern globalization and to minimize the systemic risk associated with the interconnected world. A conversation with Miguel Centeno, who leads the Global Systemic Risk Research Community at PIIRS.
– Misha, Spoon University
From left, Miguel Centeno, conference co-director and cohost; Tim Searchinger, research scholar of WWS-STEP and founder of Princeton Studies Food; Luc Christiaensen, senior economist of the World Bank; and John Ikerd, emeritus professor of agricultural and applied economics, University of Missouri-Columbia, at the conference dinner made by Campus Dining.
The Global Systemic Risk Research Community, a PIIRS group under the direction of Miguel Centeno and administrated by Thayer Patterson, hosted a two-day conference in Oct. 2014. To see the videos from the conference, click here.