Abdel-Samie Felfel

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Office: Guelph, Ontario

Abdel-Samie Felfel

Ph.D. Graduate


Agricultural policy, international trade, food safety and standards, value (supply) chains.


Many years in economic research, analysis and teaching in government offices, research centres, and universities: lecturer, researcher, and economist.

Solid research, analytical, communication, interpersonal relations, and planning skills: speaks English (fluent) and working knowledge of French.

Characterized by integrity, dependability, responsibility, stability and determination.

Research Impact:

• International trade • Economics of food standards and food safety • Market analysis • Agribusiness • Business risk management • Production economics

Teaching Interests:

• Agricultural policy • International trade • Marketing • Cost-benefit analysis


Ph.D. (Agricultural Economics), University of Guelph (Canada), 2007
Thesis Title: Impact of Developed Countries’ Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures on Developing Countries: Case Studies of Egyptian Potatoes & Groundnuts (Advisors: Spencer Henson & John Cranfield)

M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics), University of Zagazig (Egypt), 1999
M.Sc. Thesis Title: An Analytical Economic Study of Agricultural Mechanization in the Agriculture Sector.

B.Sc. (Agricultural Economics), University of Zagazig (Egypt), 1995