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Mohammed Ibrahim, PhD

Program Coordinator and Professor, Agricultural Economics

(478) 825-6815

(478) 825-6376


Academic Program: Agricultural Economics

Research Area: Agricultural Economics

Research Interests:
  • Agricultural Marketing and Consumer Demand
  • Production Economics and Policy
  • Economic development
  • Agribusiness Management

Doctor of Philosophy: Agricultural Economics - University of Georgia, Athens, GA (2005)

Master of Arts: Economics - Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA (1999)

Bachelor of Arts: Economics - International Islamic University, Malaysia (1993)

Recent Publications/Presentations:

Onyango B, Hooker N, Hallman W, and Mohammed I. Americans' Reactions to Deliberate Food Contamination: A Risk Perception and Communication Study." J Bioterr Biodef S5:001. Doi 10.417/2157-2526.S5-001. 2011

Ibrahim, Mohammed. "Consumer Willingness to a Premium for Halal Goat-Meat: A Case from Atlanta, Georgia." Journal of Food Distribution Research. Volume XLII, Number 1, March 2011.

Ibrahim, Mohammed, Liu, Xuanli, and Mack, K. Nelson. "A Pilot Study of Halal Goat-Meat Consumption in Atlanta, Georgia." Journal of Food Distribution Research. Volume XXXIX, Number 1, March 2008.

Liu, Xuanli, Mack, K. Nelson and Ibrahim, Mohammed. "Analyzing Consumer's Calculation Factors in the Purchase Decision of Goat Meat." Journal of Food Distribution Research. Volume XXXVIII, Number 1, March 2007.