Ayman Shelaby is Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics at Fayoum University. He is a professional economics teacher & researcher with 18 years experience in the field of Agricultural Economics. He is also an expert consultant & trainer, who enjoy being part of, as well as leading a successful and productive team.
Professor Shelaby has been awarded his postgraduate and his master degrees in Business Economics and Management from the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (M.A.I.Ch.) – Greece which is a constituent Post-Graduate institute of the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (C.I.H.E.A.M.) – France. He has been awarded his doctor of philosophy in Agricultural Economics from Fayoum University – Egypt in 2007.
Professor Shelby is part of many research projects funded by the United States Agency by International Development (USAID) and the EU commission and EU member countries. His projects include:
Zaytun Project funded by the United States Agency by International Development (USAID) and implemented by CNFA Foundations; Strengthening the Farmer Field Schools Centre of Excellence funded by the Netherlands Initiative for Capacity Development in Higher Education (NICHE) and implemented jointly by Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences (VHL); Education for Sustainable Development beyond the Campus Project funded by TEMPUS EU; AERI Value-Chain Training Project for Agricultural Technical Schools (VCT) and AERI Institutional Linkage Project which are parts of the Agricultural Exports and Rural Incomes Project (AERI) funded by the United States Agency by International Development (USAID) and implemented by the Midwest Universities Consortium for International Activities (MUCIA).
International Development; Agricultural Economics; Marketing; Market Research; Agribusiness and Value Chain Analysis.