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Dr Tayyab Safdar is LSE Fellow and teaching staff in the Department of International Development at the LSE. completed his PhD and MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge. His Doctoral research investigated the impact of globalisation on agro-industrial value chains in developing countries, focusing in particular on the evolution of the sugarcane value chain in Punjab, Pakistan.
M. Tanwir and M.T. Safdar (2013). The Rural Woman's Constraints to Participation in Rural Organizations. Journal of International Women's Studies, 14(3), 210-229.
T van Gevelt, C Canales Holzeis, B Jones, M.T. Safdar (2016). Insights from an energy poor Rwandan village. Energy for Sustainable Development 32, 121-129
M.T. Safdar (2015) Sugarcane and Punjab, Pakistan: Production, Processing and Challenges. Ethical Sugar
Renewable Energy; Agricultural policies in Developing Countries; Agro-Industrial Value Chains and Globalisation; Food Security and the impact of Renewable Fuels
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