Kateryna Schroeder, Agricultural Economist, World Bank Food and Agriculture Global Practice

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Kateryna Schroeder is an agricultural economist at the World Bank Food and Agriculture Global Practice. Her main area of expertise lies in the area of agricultural and trade policy, and food security in the Europe and Central Asia region. In her work she is also exploring how digital technologies address market failures along the global agri-food value chains, and the role of public policy in facilitating this process.
Prior to joining the World Bank, Kateryna worked as a researcher at the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, and a frequent consultant with the UN FAO on the issues related to trade policy, food security and nutrition. She holds a PhD in Agricultural and Applied Economist from the University of Missouri.