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Christie Siettou

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science




PhD in Agri - Environmental Economics, University of Kent, 2010-2014

MSc in Applied Environmental Economics, University of Kent, 2009-2010

BSc in International and European Economic Studies, Athens University of Economics and Business, 2003-2008

Work Experience

Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham, 2015- present

External Consultant, Hellenic Ministry of Rural Development and Food, 2015- present

Research Fellow, Defra, 2014-2015

Graduate Teaching Assistant & Assistant Lecturer, University of Kent, 2010-2014

Teaching Summary

Christie is currently the Module Convener of:

  • Agricultural Business in the Global Economy (D211A3)
  • Economic Analysis for Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (D223A6) (co - convener)
  • Practical Policy Making (D224A7)

She also teaches in:

First Year

  • Integrated Agri-Food Marketing(D212A3)
  • Food Commodities and Primary Processing(D211F4)

Second Year

  • Professional Skills (D224G1)
  • Agricultural Food Marketing (D224A1)

Third Year

  • Management Consultancy (D236A2)

Research Summary

Christie's research interests are in the fields of Agricultural and Environmental Economics. Specific interests include:

  • Animal Welfare
  • Biosecurity and animal diseases
  • Consumer behaviour in agri-environmental context

Recent Publications

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University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
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LE12 5RD, UK

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