The Researchers

The SPAA research is coordinated by Prof. Bruno Larue (CREA, Laval University).  


The management team is made up of:

Prof. Murray Fulton (Johnson-Shoyama School of Public Policy, U. of Saskatchewan)

Prof. Jean-Philippe Gervais (senior agricultural economist, Farm Credit Canada)

Prof. David Sparling (Richard Ivey Business School, U. of Western Ontario)

Prof. Alfons Weersink (Dept. of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, U. of Guelph)

Welcome !

The SPAA network is an open network, welcoming anybody with a strong interest in policy-relevant research on the structure and performance of agri-food supply chains.

Members are expected to participate in SPAA events, submit research proposals by themselves or in collaboration with other SPAA members, submit abstracts of publications pertaining to SPAA-related research, help with various activities, like reviewing working papers written by other SPAA members, help with data collection initiatives, represent SPAA in activities organized by third parties.  People interested in becoming members must send a CV and a letter stating their interest to the SPAA coordinator. Candidatures will be reviewed by SPAA's management committee. Unanimity is required for a candidature to be successful.