Maros IvanicAgricultural Economist
Maros Ivanic is Agricultural Economist with the Market and Trade Economics Division at USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS), where he analyzes U.S. poultry and egg markets.
Maros Ivanic joined ERS in 2019. Previously, he worked at the International Finance Corporation and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, both members of the World Bank Group, where he analyzed global agriculture and poverty. His other appointments included Senior Expert at the Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting in Qatar and a research position with the Center for Global Trade Analysis at Purdue University.
Maros holds a Ph.D in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University.
Ivanic, Maros, and Will Martin (2018). “Sectoral productivity growth and poverty reduction: National and global impacts.” World Development, Pergamon, vol. 109, pages 429–39.
Ivanic, Maros, and Will Martin (2014). “Poverty impacts of the volume-based special safeguards mechanisms.” Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. doi: 10.1111/14678489.12068
Ivanic, Maros, and Will Martin (2014). “Implications of domestic price insulation for global food price behavior.” Journal of International Money and Finance, Elsevier, 42(C):272–88.
Ivanic, Maros, Will Martin, and Hassan Zaman. (2012) “Estimating the Short-Run Poverty Impacts of the 2010–11 Surge in Food Prices.” World Development 40(11):2302–17.
Maros Ivanic and Will Martin. (2010) “Poverty impacts of improved agricultural productivity: opportunities for genetically modified crops.” AgBioForum, 13(4):308–13.
Ianchovichina Elena, Maros Ivanic and Will Martin. (2010). “The Growth of China and India: Implications and Policy Reform Options for Malaysia.” Asia-Pacific Economic Literature 24(2):117–41.
Ianchovichina, Elena, Maros Ivanic, and Will Martin. (2009) “Implications of the Growth of China and India for the Middle East.” Middle East Development Journal 1(1):1–25.
Ivanic, Maros, and Will Martin. (2008) “Implications of Higher Global Food Prices for Poverty in Low-income Countries.” Agricultural Economics 39(s1):405–16.
Hertel, Thomas, David Hummels, Maros Ivanic, and Roman Keeney. (2007) “How Confident Can We Be in CGE-based Assessments of Free Trade Agreements?” Economic Modelling 24(4):611–35.
Hertel, Thomas W., Roman Keeney, Maros Ivanic, and L. Alan Winters. (2007) “Distributional Effects of WTO Agricultural Reforms in Rich and Poor Countries.” Economic Policy 22:289–337.
Hertel, Thomas W., and Maros Ivanic. (2006) “Making the Doha Development Agenda More Poverty friendly: The Role of South-South Trade.” Review of Agricultural Economics 28(3):354–61.
Hertel, Thomas W., Maros Ivanic, Paul V. Preckel, and John A. L. Cranfield. (2004) “The Earnings Effects of Multilateral Trade Liberalization: Implications for Poverty.” World Bank Economic Review 18(2):205–36.
Hertel, Thomas W., Maros Ivanic, Paul V. Preckel, John A.L. Cranfield, and Will Martin. (2003) “Short- versus Long-run Implications of Trade Liberalization for Poverty in Three Developing Countries.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 85(5):1299–1306.
Hertel, Thomas W., Paul V. Preckel, John A.L. Cranfield, and Maros Ivanic. (2003) “Multilateral trade liberalization and poverty in Brazil and Chile.” Economie Internationale 94–95(2,3):201–33.