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    Food and Resource Economics Department

    Food and Resource Economics Department

Glory Esohe Orivri, Ph.D

Postdoctoral Associate

Glory is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Food and Resource Economics Department. She recently earned her PhD in Food and Resource Economics from the University of Florida, where she specialized in behavioral and experimental economics. Prior to her PhD, she earned an M.S in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness from the University of Arkansas, and a B.S in Agricultural Economics from the University of Benin, Nigeria.

Her research focuses on using experimental and survey methods to study consumer preferences for food attributes, behavioral/psychological drivers of consumer food choices, consumer responses to novel food technologies, and food marketing research in general. She also works on building supply chain models for the Florida orange juice industry. Through her research, she aims to provide valuable information needed by growers, policymakers and other stakeholders in the food industry. Glory is also the instructor for the undergraduate course Introduction to Agricultural Computer Applications. She is currently seeking tenure track positions in academic institutions or research positions in industry and non-profit research institutes.

  • Research

    Glory Okpiaifo's research focuses on using experimental and survey methods to study consumer preferences for food attributes, behavioral/psychological drivers of consumer food choices, consumer responses to novel food technologies, and food marketing research in general. She also works on building supply chain models for the Florida orange juice industry. Through her research, she aims to provide valuable information needed by growers, policymakers and other stakeholders in the food industry. 

  • Teaching

    AEB 3114L: Introduction to Agricultural Computer Applications

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Contact

Phone: 479-407-9356
g.okpiaifo@ufl.edu

CV

  • Education
    • PhD in Food and Resource Economics from the University of Florida
    • M.S in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness from the University of Arkansas
    • B.S in Agricultural Economics from the University of Benin, Nigeria
  • Publications