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Dr. Emmanuel Yiridoe

Professor and Department Chair

Department of Business & Social Sciences , Department of Economics

Email: emmanuel.yiridoe@dal.ca
Phone: (902) 893.6699
Mailing Address: 
Department of Business & Social Sciences
Agricultural Campus
PO Box 550
Truro, NS, B2N 5E3
 
Research Topics:
  • Agricultural production economics
  • Resource and environmental economics
  • Agribusiness and farm management
  • Economics of renewable energy systems

 

Eduation 

  • B.Sc.(Honours) Agriculture U.S.T., Ghana
  • M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics), Guelph
  • Ph.D. (Agricultural Economics), Guelph

Teaching


Undergraduate Courses

  • ECOA2000: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECOA0202: Production Economics
  • ECOA3003: Mathematical Programming
  • SPEC4005: Special Topics In Agricultural Economics and Business
  • RESM4005: Research Methods for Economics and Business

Graduate Courses

  • SPEC5XXX: Production Economics
  • AGRI5705: Mathematical Programming for Applied Economic Analysis

Professional Affiliations

Research Interests

  • Agricultural Production Economics
  • Agribusiness and Farm Management
  • Natural Resource and Environmental Economics

Publications

·         Mudasser, M., E.K. Yiridoe, and K. Corscadden. 2015. Cost-benefit Analysis of Grid-Connected Wind-Biogas Hybrid Energy Production, by Turbine Capacity and Site Renewable Energy. Renewable Energy. 80: 573-582.

·         Yiridoe, E.K., Q. Chen, R. Fry, D. Lynch, and G. Price. 2015. Cost Analysis and Lifecycle Environmental Impacts of three Value-Added Novel Bioproducts: Processing and ProductionNatural Resources Research. 24(1):  65-84.

·         D’Souza, C. and E.K. Yiridoe. 2014. Social Acceptance of Wind Energy Development and Planning in Rural Communities of Australia. Energy Policy. 74: 262-270.

·         Mudasser, M., E.K. Yiridoe, and K. Corscadden. 2013.  Economic Feasibility of Large Community Feed-in Tariff-Eligible Wind Energy Production in Nova Scotia. Energy Policy. 62: 966-977.

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