Dashaa BBA, MSc, PhD

The University of Tokyo
(Online Only)

Bio:

Education:
The University of Tokyo, PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics
Szent Istvan Egyetem, MSc in Rural Development and Agribusiness
University of Finance and Economics (Mongolia), BBA in Business Administration

Expertise:
Microeconomics, development economics, econometrics

Biography:
Davaatseren Narmandakh is passionate about the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, especially those related to poverty, hunger, and malnutrition. This has led her to explore the impact of climate change and disease outbreak on the livelihood of farming households and individuals living in rural areas. She has also conducted research on the effect of agricultural seasonality on malnutrition and hidden hunger in developing countries. Dashaa has worked with UN organizations and the Mongolia Ministry of Food and Agriculture, as well as international research institutions. As such, she is well acquainted with a variety of development issues facing the world today and eager to help students initiate positive change through scholarly research.

Selected publications:

  • Narmandakh, Davaatseren and Takeshi Sakurai. 2022. “Impact of rangeland degradation on farm performance and household welfare in the case of Mongolia.” Japanese Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 24. (Accepted, to be published in April of 2022)
  • Narmandakh, Davaatseren and Takeshi Sakurai. 2021. “The Impact of Quarantine against Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Mongolia on Pastoralists‘ Farming Performance and Welfare.” Japanese Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 23. pp 137–142. doi: 10.18480/jjae.23.0_137
  • Demberel, Shirchin, Davaatseren Narmandakh, N. Davaatseren. “Ethnic Fermented Foods and Beverages of Mongolia.” In Ethnic Fermented Foods and Alcoholic Beverages of Asia, edited by Jyoti Prakash Tamang, 165-192. New Delhi: Springer, 2016.

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