Many agricultural research and development programs aiming at enhancing tradeoffs related to different adoption, management and policy decisions face a methodological problem in which multi-criteria ranking is used to reach acceptable compromises...
Dr. Aymen Frija is an agricultural economist. His current research interests focus on farm modeling, farm efficiency and productivity analysis, agricultural water management instruments, institutional performance analysis, and the economics of conservation agriculture.
Previously, he was a post-doctoral researcher at Ghent University in Belgium, specializing in agricultural water policy analysis in developing countries. He was also assistant professor and researcher at the College of Agriculture of Mograne, Carthage University, in Tunisia.
Dr. Frija is the author of more than 50 publications. He is an active member of several scientific and professional associations, such as the African Association of Agricultural Economists and the Tunisian Association of Water and Environment. He holds a Ph.D. in agricultural economics from Ghent University in Belgium.