Corrine Valdivia

Corrine Valdivia

Sustainable livelihoods and rural development, translational research with a transformational changes and innovations

Corinne Valdivia, PhD is a professor of agricultural and applied economics in the Division of Applied Social Sciences, College of Agriculture Food and Natural Resources. Valdivia holds the D. Howard Doane Professorship in Agricultural Economics. Her research focuses on the conditions, assets, decisions, and actions that enhance food security and sustainable livelihood strategies in rural communities of the Midwest and globally. Valdivia’s research on transformational changes, include climate change, migration, globalization, and technological innovations, and how these drivers of change impact local conditions, rural communities, and their landscapes.

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