Geopolitical Disruptions: Implications for U.S. Agriculture and Trade
March 22, 2022
Geopolitical Disruptions: Implications for U.S. Agriculture and Trade focused on the impact of the conflict in Ukraine and potential impacts of other major geopolitical disruptions to global agricultural markets. The current shocks to global agricultural trade are having wide-ranging effects, touching seed availability, fertilizer prices, and exacerbating existing supply chain issues, among many others. The Forum took place via Zoom on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 9:00 am CT.
Dr. Amanda Countryman
Associate Professor, Colorado State University
President, AgResource Company
Dr. Joseph Glauber
Senior Research Fellow, Markets, Trade and Institutions Division,
International Food Policy Research Institute
Dr. William Liefert
Private Consultant and Retired from Economic Research Service, USDA
Farmers, ranchers, government officials and staff, industry representatives, food and agribusiness leaders, NGO representatives, academics, researchers, students in agricultural disciplines and members of the media are all encouraged to watch the recording and share the link with your networks as appropriate.