Professor Frank .G Scrimgeour
Professor of Economics
Head of School of Accounting, Finance and Economics
Undergraduate/Graduate Convenor for Agribusiness
Agriculture; Climate; Economics; Energy; Environment; Environmental Resources and Planning; Finance
Qualifications: BAgSc(Hons) Lincoln College, PhD Hawaii, BD Melbourne
Contact DetailsEmail: [email protected]
Phone: +64 7 838 4415
Cellphone: 021 416 051
Professor Frank Scrimgeour's research focuses on the economics of agriculture, economics of the environment, regional economics and financial economics. He has recently completed 4 years as editor-in-chief for the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (Volumes 61-64). He is President-elect of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) and is a past president of both the New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society and the New Zealand Association of Economists. He is committed to research informed teaching and research that informs economic policy and business practice.
I am Chief Supervisor of Chau Trinh Nguyen researching the economic efficiency of rice production in Vietnam.
I have current research projects focused on:
The agricultural economics discipline in NZ with Professor Ross Cullen.
The impact of Covid-19 on primary industries.
The economic contribution of charities.
Kiremu, M., Scrimgeour, F., Mutegi, J., & Mumo, R. (2022). Climate finance readiness: A review of institutional frameworks and policies in Kenya. Sustainable Environment, 8(1), 11 pages. doi:10.1080/27658511.2021.2022569
Nguyen, C. T., & Scrimgeour, F. (2022). Measuring the impact of climate change on agriculture in Vietnam: A panel Ricardian analysis. Agricultural Economics (United Kingdom), 53(1), 37-51. doi:10.1111/agec.12677
Wang, O., & Scrimgeour, F. (2022). Consumer segmentation and motives for choice of cultured meat in two Chinese cities: Shanghai and Chengdu. British Food Journal, online. doi:10.1108/BFJ-09-2021-0987
Wang, O., & Scrimgeour, F. (2021). Consumer adoption of online-to-offline food delivery services in China and New Zealand. British Food Journal, online(online), 19 pages. doi:10.1108/bfj-03-2021-0208