Md. Tajuddin Khan joined IFPRI as a Research Analyst in November 2014. He is currently working in CCAFS (Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security) research program on “Scaling-up Climate Smart Agriculture through Policies and Institutions-Linking it with National Agenda of Food Security.”
He holds a Master’s degree in Applied Economics with a specialization in Environmental Economics from Madras School of Economics, Chennai and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with specialization in Mathematics and Statistics from Aligarh Muslim University. Prior to joining IFPRI, he was working as a Research Associate at National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy Research (NCAP). At NCAP he was working on National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA-ICAR) funded project on “Enhancing Resilience of Agriculture to Climate Change through Technologies, Institutions and Policies” and IFPRI funded project on “Financing Food Value Chains in India: Case Studies of Dairy and Mango Value Chains and Financing Mechanisms”. He has published research articles in national and international journals. His area of specialization includes Microeconomics of agricultural development, Applied Micro-econometrics and Environmental economics.