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Prof Tatsuji Koizumi’s research focuses on examining the relationship between biofuel and food security issues, and he has considerable experience in this area. He built and developed economic models to examine the world’s future food availability, vulnerability of food supply, and malnutrition situations at the Economic Research Service, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (ERS-USDA), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Ministry of Agriculture, the Forestry and Fisheries, Japan (MAFF, Japan) and the Policy Research Institute, MAFF, Japan (PRIMAFF, Japan). Whilst working at the FAO as an economist, he also developed the world’s first economic model that linked agriculture and energy markets; this model examines how a biofuel program can affect world food markets and food availability. Prof Koizumi has authored 10 book chapters, published in 30 different academic journals and written 98 reports on biofuel and food security. As a biofuel and food security expert, he has attended many highly relevant international conferences/meetings.
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