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					Dr. HAMADY DIOP Department of Economics and Finance College of Business, Southern University P.O. Box 21711 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70894-USA. Office: (225) 771-2992 (ext 54) Home: (225) 927-4841 Email: Hamady.diop@gmail.com Hamady_diop@subr.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. M.S. M.S. B.S. Agricultural Economics. Louisiana State University. 1999. Economics. Louisiana State University. 1997 Agricultural Economics. Louisiana State University. 1994 Economics. Universitè d’Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 1985

TEACHING at SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY     Microeconomics, (Principles of Economics I) Economics 200 Macroeconomics (Principles of Economics II) Economics 210 Intermediate Microeconomics Economics 310 Business Statistics Economics 275

UNIVERSITY SERVICE       Serves on Student Recruitment, Scholarship and Outreach Committee / Department of Economics and Finance Serves on Research Committee / Department of Economics and Finance Serves on Research Committee / College of Business - Southern University Serves on Intellectual Committee College of Business / College of Business - Southern University Serves on External Relations Taskforce Committee College of Business / College of Business - Southern University Advisor of the Economics and Finance Students Club

STUDENT ADVISING Currently advising two students

PH. D. DISSERTATION RESEARCH Title: Impact of Shrimp Imports on the United States Southeastern Shrimp Processing Industry and Processed Shrimp Market.
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This research focused on the impact of shrimp imports on the United States southeastern region shrimp processing industry. First, the effects of shrimp imports on the shrimp processor margin were quantified. Second, the effects of changes in processor margins on firm size distribution were analyzed. Third shrimp products that included headless-shell-on shrimp, peeled shrimp, breaded shrimp and “other” shrimp were selected. A system of equations was developed to analyze the effects of imports on the ex-vessel, wholesale and retail shrimp sectors. The three stages least-squares procedure was used to estimate the system of equations. Predicted prices were generated and used to calculate the processor margins. The predicted margins were used as exogenous variables in a multinomial logit model and the changes of margins on firm size distribution were assessed. LOUISIANA EMERGING LEADERS PROGRAM I was selected as part of the first class of Louisiana Emerging Leaders Program. This program is a joint initiative among the United States Southern Africa Center for Leadership and Public Values at Duke University (North Carolina), the Southern AfricaUnited States Center for Leadership and Public Values at the University of Cape Town (South Africa) and the Southern University College of Business, Baton Rouge (Louisiana). The program annually selects among a large pool of candidates 20 to 25 individuals who are nominated by distinguished senior leaders. The candidates are selected based on their exceptional potential for senior leadership role in future as well as their past experience. The one year training program is scheduled to start on June 2008.

STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEES Aaron Stuard Bass, 2004, Philosophy Doctorate (PhD) Oceanography and Coastal Sciences. Dissertation Title: “Application of Disturbance Theory to Assess Impacts Associated with a Three-Dimensional Seismic Survey in a Freshwater Marsh in Southwest Louisiana”. http://etd.lsu.edu/docs/available/etd-01282004-133655/ Cheikhna Ould Dedah, 2005, Master of Science (MS) Environmental Studies. Thesis title: “A Bioeconomic Supply Model for Louisiana Nutria and Impacts on Wetlands Conservation Associated with Economic Incentives.” http://etd.lsu.edu/docs/available/etd-07122005-101758/ Bekaye Ould Dedah, 2004, Master of Science (MS) Experimental Statistics. Special project title: “Econometric and Statistical Modeling of Price Margin for Oyster in the Gulf of Mexico and the Chesapeake Bay”.

PAST EXTENSION WORK
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 Performed the assessment of the social and economic impacts of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the Louisiana fishing sector. Helped local officials 1) by documenting the economic losses from both hurricanes Katrina and Rita and 2) how to rebuild a profitable and resource-conserving Gulf fishing industry (With Dr. Caffey, Mike Liffmann and the Louisiana Fishing Community Coalition).  Conducted an extensive literature review of management alternatives for Louisianaspecific commercial fisheries and developing extension products from the findings to provide fishermen and resource managers with a concise description and update of management alternatives for coastal Louisiana fisheries  Serves as member on Socio Economic Panel of the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council.  Serves as member on the Louisiana State Seafood Industry Advisory Board.  Intensive Technical Assistance. Advise LA shrimp fishermen on economics issues affecting their industry and how to circumvent problems associated with low quality low prices.  Developed shrimp extension materials for outreach and education.

NON ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES  Socio-Economic Panel Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council, April 2007 The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is one of eight regional fishery management councils established by the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976. The Council prepares fishery management plans designed to manage fishery resources in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. The socio economic panel advise the Gulf Council on economic issues pertaining to fisheries management along the Gulf of Mexico (Florida through Texas).  Fisheries in Transition February 25-28, 2007 I organized a conference in February 2007 Titled “Fisheries in Transition.” Since the hurricane Katrina and Rita struck Louisiana in 2005, many fishing communities have been devastated and their livelihoods have been destroyed. Additionally, The state fisheries management agencies are confronted with old fishery management issues such as status quo or trimming down the fishing effort, should more fishermen exit or stay in this sector and how to help them cope with their losses or get back into fishing. Many of those concerns have been experienced in other regions of the country and various programs have been implemented to help the fishing communities. Louisiana can benefit greatly by learning from those states and avoid some mistakes that can jeopardize the fishing sector rebuilding process. The goals of the meeting were to bring experts from those previously devastated regions and learn from them. What kinds of programs did they implement to help the fishermen either to get back to fishing or to transition out of the industry?
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 Cooperative Agreement with Guinea (West Africa) In June of 2004, Dr Mark Benfield (LSU) and I visited the country of Guinea (West Africa) to assess the possibility of establishing a cooperative agreement between the “Centre National des Sciences Halieutiques de Boussoura (CNSHB)” and Louisiana State University (LSU). A cooperative agreement between LSU and the CNSHB has been signed since July of 2004. It’s likely that the cooperative agreement will be extended to the various countries participating in the West African sub-regional commission of fisheries (Senegal, Mauritania, Gambia, Bissau Guinea, Capo Verde, and Sierra Leone). While in Guinea, we met with the representative of the World Bank and the USAID to seek funding for our initiatives. The World Bank suggested that we submit, to their attention, a planning letter outlining our vision for a capacity strengthening in the area of fisheries research in Guinea. The World Bank reviewed the proposal and was about to consider it for funding (Funding requested is $685,954). Unfortunately, the Country of Guinea collapsed due to political unrest.

 The Center for Natural Resource Economics and Policy I am a founding member of the Center for Natural Resource Economics and Policy (CNREP), which was formed in 2003 to centralize the expertise required for more comprehensive economic and legal analysis of natural resource management in Louisiana and the Southeastern U.S. CNREP programming currently falls into six categories of research and extension: 1) Bioeconomics of Energy Use; 2) Wetland Valuation and Economic Linkages; 3) Economic Management of Fisheries; 4) Human Dimensions of Wildlife and Habitat Conservation; 5) Economics of Forest Management and Product Development; and 6) Socioeconomics of Land and Water Policy. In the past 5 years, CNREP members have produced more than 300 research and extension publications, 225 professional presentations. Since its inception in 2003, CNREP cooperators have secured more than $2.7 million through 43 extramural funding awards.  Louisiana State Seafood Industry Advisory Board The Louisiana State Seafood Industry Advisory Board (LSSIAB) was created to facilitate communication among different segments of the 1 billion dollars Louisiana seafood industry. I have been serving as a board member of the LSSIAB since April 2006. The goal of the LSSIAB is to promote the conservation and management of the Louisiana seafood resources through public education, marketing, promotion and legislative action.  Louisiana Fishing Community Recovery Coalition
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The Louisiana Fishing Community Recovery Coalition (LFCRC) was created in the first quarter of 2006. It encompasses about 20 commercial and recreational associations and state agencies. The LFCRC three primary goals are: 1) to document the impacts of Hurricanes Katrina d Rita on the state's coastal fishing business infrastructure; 2) To develop request for emergency relief funding from state and federal sources; and 3) to assist in the allocation of any funding amongst the competing needs of the LFCRC. Working in conjunction with members of La Sea Grant and CNREP, I have been developing a series of economic impact assessments for the commercial and recreational fisheries represented by the LFCRC. Much of the information contained in these assessments has been used in development of a proposed $1.1 billion emergency fisheries aid package that is currently pending in Congress.  Baton Rouge Center for World Affairs As a board member, I help organize the international economic development meetings, market Baton Rouge globally, holds consular days, run a sister city program and organize the international heritage celebration day. The international celebration day brings the community together by increasing interactions among different ethnic groups by increasing knowledge and understanding of each other  Reviewed o Manuscripts for the Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Marine Resource Economics and, o Proposals for the National Science Foundation.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Associate Professor, Southern University, August 2007 - current. Assistant Professor, Louisiana Sea Grant College Program, July 2005-July 2007. Assistant Professor Research, Coastal Fisheries Institute, Louisiana State University. August 2001 – June 2005 Research Associate, Coastal Fisheries Institute, Louisiana State University. 1999 - July 2001 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University. 1998 – 1999 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University. 1995 – 1997 Thomas Jefferson Fellow, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University. 1992 - 1994 African Graduate Fellow, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University. 1991 Joint Economic Research Program Coordinator, Centre National de Recherches Océanographiques et des Pêches (CNROP), Mauritania. 1989 – 1990
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Head, Laboratory of Socioeconomic Analyses of Fisheries, Centre National de Recherches Océanographiques et des Pêches (CNROP), Mauritania. 1986 - 1989

RESEARCH INTERESTS Fisheries Economics and Modeling Natural Resource Economics

CURRENTS AND PAST PROJECTS Hamady Diop, Aloyce Kaliba, Ghirmay Ghebreyesus. 2008. Disaster and Policy Issues: the Case of Louisiana following Kat-Rita. Proposal Submitted to the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation and the Louisiana Family Recovery Corps. $39,199 Hamady Diop, Aloyce Kaliba, Ghirmay Ghebreyesus. Impact of Latino Immigrants on Southeastern US Black labor Force. Commissioned paper by The Southern Education Foundation. $1,000. February 2008 Wede Brownell, Hamady Diop, Ghirmay Ghebreyesus, Aloyce Kaliba. 2008. Academic and Professional Exchange Program between Southern University and A&M College (SUBR) and the University of Liberia (LU). Proposal Submitted to the United States Department of State. $332,494 Aloyce Kaliba, Ghirmay Ghebreyesus, Hamady Diop. 2008. Part of Multi-Institutions Proposal. Priority Setting Workshop on Improved Productivity and Conservation of Genetic Resources of Goat Production in the U.S. and Tanzania. Proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation. $59,829. Joseph A. Mayinsse, Dewitt Jones, Hamady Diop, Patricia E. McLean Mayinssee. “Enhancement of Mathematics: Instruction, Research and Learning.” Proposal submitted to the Louisiana Board of Regents. 2007. $113,168. Hamady Diop, Aloyce Kaliba and Sung Cheul No. Part of Multi Agencies/Universities Proposal. Development of Alternative Fuels from Low Cost and Sustainable feedstock with Minimal Impact on the Food chain. “Proposal Submitted to ConocoPhillips. $2,567,797. 2008 Hamady Diop. “Assessment of the Impacts of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Seafood Processing Plants and Dealers in Louisiana Region 3 (Lower Terrebonne, Lower Atchafalaya and Teche/Vermillion Basin areas of Louisiana). Contract #WC133F06SE0677. US Department of Commerce/NOAA. Nov 2005-May 2006. $25,000.

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Hamady Diop in collaboration with Jon Bell. “Development and Implementation of the USDACSREES Intensive Technical Assistance Program for the Shrimp Industry in Louisiana.” Project Funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). $149,402 Hamady Diop in Collaboration with Mark Benfield. “Strengthening the Guinean Scientific Advisory Capabilities to Enable Effective Development and Management of their Marine Fisheries.” Project submitted for funding (and not funded) to the World Bank. $685,954 Hamady Diop in Collaboration with Walter Keithly Jr, and Richard Kazmierczak Jr., “An Economic Analysis of Fleet Dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery.” Project funded by the United States National Marine Fisheries Service. $209,010. Hamady Diop in Collaboration with Walter Keithly Jr, and Richard Kazmierczak Jr., “An Intertemporal and Spatially Dynamic Supply Model of the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fleet for Use in Management and Bycatch Reduction.” Project funded by the United States National Marine Fisheries Service. $287,223. Hamady Diop in Collaboration with Walter Keithly Jr, Richard Shaw. “Investigation of the Relationship Between Louisiana Postlarval White Shrimp Abundance, Two estimates of Juvenile Abundance, and the Inshore Fishery Landings in Pounds and Numbers.” Project funded by the Louisiana Sea Grant. $97,262. Hamady Diop in Collaboration with Walter Keithly Jr. and Richard Kazmierczak, Jr., "The Impacts of Imports, Particularly Farm-Raised Product, on the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Processing Sector." Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation. Amount: $40,879. Hamady Diop in Collaboration with Walter Keithly Jr. Use of Economic Incentives as a Means of Reducing Southeast Shrimp Fleet Bycatch. Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Development Foundation, Inc. $55,701.

MANUSCRIPTS CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS Diop H. W. R. Keithly and R. F. Kazmierczak. “Food Scare, Market Integration and the law of One Price: A Case Study of the United States Oyster Industry. Diop H., W.R. Keithly, Jr. and R.F. Kazmierczak, Jr. "Fishermen Behavior under Risk: A Case Study of the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries Using Antle Production Function.” Diop H., W.R. Keithly, Jr. and R.F. Kazmierczak, Jr. “Profiling the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries.” Diop H., W.R. Keithly, Jr. and R.F. Kazmierczak, Jr. and A. Diagne. Economic and Physical Measures of Efficiency: The Case of the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries.

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Diop H., W.R. Keithly, Jr. and R.F. Kazmierczak, Jr. Multi-Species Interactions in the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries. Diop H., B. Jon, P. Poudel. J. Falgout. Louisiana Shrimp facts: An Update.

PUBLICATIONS Diop H. W. R. Keithly, R. F. Kazmierczak and Cheikhna Oulkd Dedah. “Food Scare, Market Integration and the law of One Price: A Case Study of the United States Oyster Industry. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, held in Nashville, TN February 14 – 16, 2008. Forthcoming. Diop H., A. Kaliba, G. Ghebreyessus and D. Andrews. 2008. “Impacts of Hispanic Immigrants on the African American Labor Force in the Southeastern Region of the United States.” Commissioned Paper by the Southern Education Foundation. 35 pages. Diop, H., W. R. Keithly, R. F. Kazmierczak, Jr. and R. F. Shaw. “Predicting the Abundance of White Shrimp (Litopenaeus setiferus) From Environmental Parameters and Previous Life Stages.” Fisheries Research, 86: 31-41. 2007 Caffey, R.H., R. F. Kazmierczak, H. Diop and W. Keithly. 2007. “Economic Resiliency and Recovery of Northern Gulf of Mexico Fisheries after the Hurricanes of 2005”, in Mitigating Impacts of Natural Hazards on Fishery Ecosystems, T. Hines and K. Kate McLaughlin, editors, American Fisheries Society, 21 p. (reviewed and accepted for publication). Diop H., W. R. Keithly, R. F. Kazmierczak, Jr. 2007. An Economic Analysis of Fleet Dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery. Final Report Submitted to National Marine Fisheries Service in Fulfillment of Contract Number NA17FF2879 Caffey R. , R. Kazmmierczak, H. Diop and W. R. Keithly. 2007. Economic Resiliency and Recovery of Northern Gulf of Mexico Fisheries after the Hurricanes of 2005. American Agricultural Economic Association Annual Meeting. July 29-august 4th, 2007. Portland, OR 52 p. http://agecon.lib.umn.edu/cgi-bin/pdf_view.pl?paperid=26298&ftype=.pdf Caffey, R.H., Kazmierczak, R.F., Diop H., and W. Keithly. 2007. “Economic Damages of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Commercial and Recreational Fishing Infrastructure”, Technical report submitted to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 102 p. in fulfillment of Contract Number #WC133F06SE0677 Caffey, R. H., R. F. Kazmierczak, H. Diop and W. R. Keithly. 2007. Estimating the Economic Damage of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Commercial and Recreational Fishing Industries. American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting. July 29-August 1, 2007. http://agecon.lib.umn.edu/cgi-bin/pdf_view.pl?paperid=26298&ftype=.pdf
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Diop H, W. R. Keithly, Jr., R. F. Kazmierczak, Jr. and A. Diagne. 2007. Economic And Physical Measures of Efficiency: the Case of the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery. Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting. Mobile, Alabama. February 2007. http://agecon.lib.umn.edu/cgi-bin/pdf_view.pl?paperid=25285&ftype=.pdf. Cheikhna Dedah , Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., 2007. An Inverse Almost Ideal Demand System for Oysters in the United States: An Empirical Investigation of the Impacts of Mandatory Labels. Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting. Mobile, Alabama. February 2007. http://agecon.lib.umn.edu/cgi-bin/pdf_view.pl?paperid=25262&ftype=.pdf Caffey, R. H. Diop, W. R. Keithly and R. Kazmierczak. 2006. The Economics of Fisheries Disaster Recovery: Louisiana’s Response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. In Proceedings of the Thirteen Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, IIFET 2006 Portsmouth: Rebuilding Fisheries in an Uncertain Environment, 11-14 July 2006. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr. 2006. The Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries: Heterogeneous Fleet and Expectations in Fishermen's Decision. Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting. Little Rock, Arkansas. February 2005. http://agecon.lib.umn.edu/cgiin/pdf_view.pl?paperid=15692&ftype=.pdf Diop, H., W.R. Keithly, Jr., R.F. Kazmierczak, Jr. and R.F. Shaw. 2006. "Relationship Between Early Life Stages of Louisiana White Shrimp and Subsequent Landings." In Nielsen, J., J. Dodson, K. Friedland, T. Hamon, N. Hughes, J. Musick, and E. Verspoor, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress: reconciling fisheries with conservation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 49, Bethesda, Maryland. Forthcoming Kazmierczak, Jr., R.F., W.R. Keithly, Jr., H. Diop and J.M. Nance. 2006. "The Potential Effects of Panel Data Attrition and Refreshment On Effort Calculations in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery." In Nielsen, J., J. Dodson, K. Friedland, T. Hamon, N. Hughes, J. Musick, and E. Verspoor, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress: Reconciling Fisheries with Conservation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 49, Bethesda, Maryland. Forthcoming Keithly, Jr., W.R., H. Diop and R.F. Kazmierczak, Jr. Mike J. Travis 2006. "The Impact of Imports, Particularly Farm-Raised Product, on the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Processing Sector." ." In Nielsen, J., J. Dodson, K. Friedland, T. Hamon, N. Hughes, J. Musick, and E. Verspoor, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress: Reconciling Fisheries with Conservation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 49, Bethesda, Maryland. Forthcoming

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Walter R. Keithly, Jr, Hamady Diop, Richard Kazmierckzak Jr and Mike J. Travis. 2006. “The Impact of Imports Particularly Farm-Raised Product on the Southeast US Shrimp Processing Sector.” Final Report submitted to the Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation. 5401 West Kennedy Blvd Suite 740. Tampa, FL 33609 USA Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr, “Spatial Analysis within an Economic Framework for the US Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery.” In Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Tokyo, Japan, 26-29, July 2004. Walter R. Keithly Jr., Hamady Diop, Richard Kazmierczak Jr, “Coping with an Increasing Import Base: A Case Study of the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Processing Industry.” In Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Tokyo, Japan, 26-29, July 2004. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr and Richard F. Shaw. 2005. “Predicting White Shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, Abundance Based on Ecosystem Parameters and Previous Live States of Shrimp.” In Proceedings of the 56th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Meeting. November 10-14, 2003, Tortola, British Virgin Island. Pp 549-557 Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr, Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop and James M. Nance. 2005. “The Effect of Non-Representative Data on Harvest Effort Calculations in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Industry”. In Proceedings of the 56th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Meeting. November 10-14, 2003, Tortola, British Virgin Island. Pp 559-572 Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr. and Mike Travis. 2005. “An Economic Analysis of the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Industry Response to an Increasing Import Base”. In Proceedings of the 56th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Meeting. November 10-14, 2003, Tortola, British Virgin Island. Pp 133-149 Walter R. Keithly Jr. and Hamady Diop.2002. “The Demand for Gulf of Mexico Oysters in the Presence of Vibrio vulnificus” Marine Fisheries Review. Vol 63 Walter R. Keithly Jr. and Hamady Diop. 2001. “The Impact of Risk Information on the Demand for Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Oysters.” Journal of Shellfish Research Vol 20, No 3 1285 – 1291, 2001. Hamady Diop, R. Wes Harrison and Walter R. Keithly. 2000. “Non-Stationary Markov Process Analysis of Size Distribution of Shrimp Processing Firms in the Southeast United States.” Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Corvalis, Oregon, July 10-15, 2000.

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Hamady Diop. 1999. “Impact of Shrimp Imports on the United States’ Southeastern Shrimp Processing Industry and Processed Shrimp Market.’ Unpublished Dissertation, Louisiana State University, 1999, 172 pages Hamady Diop, R. Wes Harrison and Walter R. Keithly. 1998. “Performance of Shrimp Processing Plants in the Southeastern Region of the United States.” In Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Tromsø, Norway, July 8-11, 1998 E. J. Luzar and Hamady Diop. 1998. “A Property Rights Analysis of the Louisiana Oyster Fishery.” Southwestern Economic Review. 32: 41-58 Hamady Diop and E. J. Luzar. 1997. “Rights-based Management of the Louisiana Oyster Fishery: An Update.” Louisiana Rural Economist. 62 (No. 2): pp 8-12 Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., Hector Zapata, and Hamady Diop. 1997. “Noncompetitive Pricing and Exchange Rate Pass-Through in Mauritanian Octopus Export Markets.” Journal of Agribusiness. 15(1): 85-102 Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., 1996. “Technology and Management in Mauritanian Cephalopod Fisheries.” Marine Resource Economics. Volume 11: 71-84 Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., Hector Zapata, and Hamady Diop. 1995. “Price Discrimination in Mauritanian Octopus Exports Markets.” In Proceedings of the Southeast Region of the Decision Sciences Institute, Twenty-Fifth Silver Anniversary Meeting, February 23-25, 1995 Wilmington, North Carolina. pp. 52-54 Hamady Diop. 1994. “Multiproduct Function Estimation in a Fishery System: A study of Mauritanian Cephalopod Fisheries.” Unpublished Master Thesis, Louisiana State University, 1994, 102 pages Hamady Diop and Ismail Thiam. 1991. “ Some Aspects of Fishermen’s Migration in Artisanal Maritime Sector of Mauritania.” In IDAF/WP/36.FAO/DANIDA/N, 1991 Hamady Diop. 1990. “ Presentation générale du programme de recherches en économie des pêches.” Acte du Seminaire Recherche-Aménagement. Mauritania, October 13-18, 1990 Hamady Diop. 1990. “Typologie des flottilles.” Acte du Seminaire Recherche-Aménagement. Mauritania, October 13-18, 1990 Hamady Diop. 1990. “La description des points de débarquements de la pêche artisanale maritime mauritanienne.” Bulletin du Centre National de Recherche Océanographiques et des Pêches. Mauritania, No. 21 (1990)

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Bakhayoko M., Chaboud C., Kébé M., Hamady D., Ould Mohamed A., Sok M.. 1989. “La pêche artisanale,” In Les resources halieutiques de la ZEE mauritanienne, descriptionevaluation-aménagement, rapport du deuxième groupe de travail CNROP/FAO/ORSTOM, (1989): 8-35 Hamady Diop, Mohamed O. M. V.. 1989. “La pêche artisanale en Mauritanie, analyse des resultats des enquêtes-cadres de 1989.” Bulletin du Centre National de Recherche Océanographiques et des Pêches. Mauritania, No. 20 (1989): 40-45 Chaboud C., Kébé M., Ould Mohamed A., Hamady D., Lawal H. S.. 1988. “Elements sur la pêche artisanale mauritanienne.” Bulletin du Centre National de Recherche Océanographiques et des Pêches. Mauritania, No. 16 (1988): 48

ABSTRACTS Walter R. Keithly, Jr. and Hamady Diop. “Market Integration in the Presence of Vibrio vulnificus: Gulf of Mexico vs. Chesapeake Bay Production of Oysters. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. (2000): 409 Hamady Diop, R. Wes Harrison and Walter R. Keithly, Jr., “Impact of Increasing Imports on the United States Southeastern Region Shrimp Processing Industry 1973-96. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. (1999): 1297 Hamady Diop and Richard Kazmierczak, Jr., “Technology and Management in Mauritanian Cephalopod Fisheries.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. (1995): 1376 Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., Hector O. Zapata, “Identifying Export Market Structure and Competitiveness: The Case of Mauritanian Octopus.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. (1995): 335

POSTERS

Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr and Richard Kazmierczak, Jr. Profiling The Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries.” CNREP 2007-Second National Forum on Socio-Economic Research in Coastal Systems. New Orleans, Louisiana, May 22-24 2007. Hamady Diop, Rex Caffey and Mike Liffmann. ‘Infrastructure Damage Assessment Post Kat-Rita by the Louisiana Fishing Community Rebuilding Coalition’. 2nd President Forum on Meeting Coastal Challenges: Planning for Safer Growth in Coastal Louisiana. Louisiana state University Lod and Carole Cook Alumni Center. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. March 23rd, 2006.

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Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard F. Kazmierczak Jr. and Richard F. Shaw. “Relationship between Early Life Stages of Louisiana White Shrimp and Subsequent Landings.” World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver Canada, May 2nd – May 6th, 2004. Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr.. “Impacts of Imports, particularly farm raised product, on the Southeast U.S. Shrimp processing Sector. World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver Canada, May 2nd – May 6th, 2004. Walter R. Keithly Jr., Hamady Diop and Diane Keithly. “Group Dynamics Associated with the Development of an ITQ profile for the Gulf of Mexico U.S. Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) Fishery. World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver Canada, May 2nd – May 6th, 2004. Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr, Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop and James M. Nance. “Data Consolidation and Its Potential Effect on Effort Estimates in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery. World Fisheries Congress, Vancouver Canada, May 2nd – May 6th, 2004. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly, Jr, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr, and Richard F. Shaw. “Explaining White Shrimp (Penaeus setiferus) Abundance Based on Environmental Factors and Previous Life Stages”. VI Congresso de Ciencias del Mar, La Habana, Cuba, December 15, 2003. Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr, Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop and James M. Nance. “The Effect of Non-Representative Data on Harvest Effort Calculations in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Industry”. 56th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Meeting. November 10-14, 2003, Tortola, British Virgin Island Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr. and Mike Travis. “An Economic Analysis of the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Industry Response to an Increasing Import Base”. 56th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Meeting. November 10-14, 2003, Tortola, British Virgin Island

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Diop H. W. R. Keithly R. F. Kazmierczak and Cheikhna Ould Dedah. “Food Scare, Market Integration and the law of One Price: A Case Study of the United States Oyster Industry. Manuscript submitted for Presentation at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance. February, 14-16, 2008. Nashville, Tennessee. Caffey Rex, Richard R. Kazmierczak, H. Diop and Walter R. Keithly Jr. Estimating the Economic Damage of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on Commercial and Recreational Fishing Industries. Manuscript submitted for Presentation at the annual meeting of the

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American Agricultural Economics Association. July 29th-August 1st,, 2007. Portland. Oregon. Caffey Rex, A. Christiane and H. Diop. Cost Efficacy of Coastal Restoration in Louisiana. Manuscript submitted for Presentation at the annual meeting of American Agricultural Economics Association. July 29th-August 1st,, 2007. Portland. Oregon. Caffey Rex, Richard R. Kazmierczak, H. Diop and Walter R. Keithly Jr. Economics Resiliency and Recovery of Northern Gulf of Mexico Fisheries after the Hurricanes of 2005. Manuscript selected for presentation at the American Fisheries Society Symposium. September2-6, 2007. San Francisco. California. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr and Assane Diagne. “Economic and Physical Measures of Efficiency: The Case of the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery.” Manuscripts selected for presentation at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association 39th Annual Meeting. February 4-6, 2007. Mobile Alabama. Hamady Diop and Rex Caffey. 2006. “Thinking Outside the Net: Managing Fisheries Post Hurricanes” Sea Grant quarterly meeting. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. February 2006. Caffey Rex, Hamady Diop and Mike Liffmann, 2006. Fisheries Impacts of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita”, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, February 20, 2006. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr. “The Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fisheries: Heterogeneous fleet and Expectations in Fishermen’s Decision”. Manuscript selected for presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association in Little Rock, Arkansas, 5-9, February 2005. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr, “Spatial Analysis within an Economic Framework for the US Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery.” Manuscript selected for presentation at the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Tokyo, Japan, 26-29, July 2004. Walter R. Keithly Jr., Hamady Diop, Richard Kazmierczak Jr, “Coping with an Increasing Import Base: A Case Study of the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Processing Industry.” Manuscript selected for presentation at the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Tokyo, Japan, 26-29, July 2004. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr., “The Impact of Imports, Particularly Farm-Raised Product, on the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Processing Sector.“ A selected paper for presentation at the 2004 World Aquaculture Society Meeting. March 1-5, HonoluluHawaii. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly Jr., Richard Kazmierczak Jr and Richard F. Shaw. “Predicting White Shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, Abundance Based on Ecosystem Parameters and
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Pevious Live States of Shrimp.” A selected paper for presentation at the 56th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Meeting. November 10-14, 2003, Tortola, British Virgin Island Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly, Jr. and Richard Kazmierczak, Jr., “An Economic Analysis of Gulf and Chesapeake Oyster Processing Activities in the Presence of Vibrio vulnificus.” A selected paper for presentation at the North American Fisheries Economics Forum. Williamsburg, Virginia, May 4-7, 2003. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly, Jr., “The Vibrio vulnificus Impact on the United States Demand for Oysters.” Manuscript presented as a selected paper at the first North American Fisheries Economics Forum. New Orleans, Louisiana. April 1-4, 2001. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly, Jr. and Assane Diagne, “The Impact of Vibrio vulnificus on the Gulf of Mexico Oyster Industry.” Manuscript presented as a selected paper at the fifth conference of the Environmental State of the State of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers - Baton Rouge Section. November 16-17, 2000. Pennington Biomedical Research Conference Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Hamady Diop, Wes R. Harrison and Walter R. Keithly Jr., “Non-Stationary Markov Process Analysis of Size Distribution of Shrimp Processing Firms in the Southeast United States.” Manuscript presented at the Tenth International Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Corvalis, Oregon, 10-15 July 2000. Walter R. Keithly Jr. and Hamady Diop. “The Impact of Warning Labels and Negative Publicity on the Demand for Oysters Harvested from the Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Regions.” 3rd International Conference on Shellfish safety. 19-23 June 2000. Southampton College, New York. Walter R. Keithly Jr., Hamady Diop, and John. M. Ward, “Seafood Trade in a Global Environment: Recent Trends and Potential Impacts of Recent Trade Agreements.” Manuscript presented at the “Global Agricultural trade in the New Millennium” meeting held on May 25-26, 2000 in New Orleans. Louisiana. Walter R. Keithly, Jr. and Hamady Diop. “How Have the Warning Labels and Negative Publicity Associated with Vibrio vulnificus Impacted Demand for Gulf of Mexico Produced Oysters? Poster presented at the National Shellfisheries Association Annual Meeting. March 19 - 23, 2000. Seattle, Washington. Hamady Diop, R. Wes Harrison, Walter R. Keithly, Jr., “Increasing Imports and the Size Distribution of Shrimp Processing Firm in the Southeastern Region of the United States.” Manuscript presented as a selected paper at the 27th annual meeting of the Southwestern Society of Economists. March 15-18, 2000. San Antonio, Texas.

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Walter R. Keithly, Jr. and Hamady Diop. “The Impact of Warning Labels and Associated Negative Publicity on the Demand for Oysters Harvested from the Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Regions.” Manuscript presented as a selected paper at the 27 th annual meeting of the Southwestern Society of Economists. March 15-18, 2000. San Antonio, Texas. Hamady Diop, Walter R. Keithly. “The Impacts of Increasing Shrimp Aquaculture on the Southeast U.S. Shrimp Processing Sector.” Manuscript presented as a selected paper at the World Aquaculture Society Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana. February 2 - 5, 2000. Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop. “The Impact of the Vibrio vulnificus on the United States Oyster Industry: Market Integration and the law of One Price. Manuscript presented as a selected paper at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association Meeting. Lexington Kentucky, January 29 - February 2, 2000. Walter R. Keithly, Jr., Hamady Diop. “Impact of Warning Labels and Associated Negative Publicity on Demand for Oysters Harvested from the Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Regions.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the 5th Joint Meeting, Atlantic Fisheries Conference Tropical and Subtropical Seafood Science and Technology Society of the Americas. “New Partnerships for Sustained Growth in Fisheries”, Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, November 10-14, 1999. Hamady Diop, R. Wes Harrison and Walter R. Keithly. “Structural Change in the Shrimp Processing Industry 1973-1996.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the annual American Agricultural Economics Association meeting. Nashville, Tennessee. August 811, 1999. Hamady Diop, R. Wes Harrison and Walter R. Keithly. “Performance of Shrimp Processing Plants in the Southeastern Region of the United States.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the Ninth International Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade. Tromsø, Norway, July 8-11, 1998. Hamady Diop and E. J. Luzar, “A Property Rights Analysis of the Louisiana Oyster Fishery.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the 1997 Southwestern Society of Economists. New Orleans, Louisiana. Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., “Technology and Management in the Mauritanian Cephalopod Fisheries.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the annual American Agricultural Economics Association meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana. August 6-9, 1995 Hamady Diop, Richard F. Kazmierczak, Jr., ”Identifying Export Market Structure and Competitiveness: The Case of Mauritanian Octopus.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the 1995 Southern Agricultural Economics Association meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Hamady Diop and Ismail Thiam, “Some Aspects of Mauritanian Fishermen Migrations.” Manuscript presented as selected paper at the workshop FAO/IDAF on the “Different Aspects of the Fisherman Migrations along the African Atlantic Coast.” Kokrobite, Ghana COMPUTER SKILLS Econometrics and Statistics: SAS, Shazam, RATS, Eviews, LIMDEP. Word-processing: Wordperfect, MS-Word. Presentation: Powerpoint, Harvard Graphics, Database: Dbase (limited) Spreadsheet: Excel. Very confortable with internet and very knowledgeable about computers

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) North American Association of Fisheries Economics (NAAFE)

COMMUNITY SERVICE Board Member of the Baton Center for the World Affair, July 2005-Current President of the Louisiana African Association (LAFA), 2003-Current

HONORS AND AWARDS Teaching Assistantship, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University, 1999 Research Assistantship, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University, 1995-1998 Certificate of Highest Achievement in the English Language Training Program, 1992 Thomas Jefferson Fellowship, 1992-1994 African Graduate Fellowship (AFGRAD), 1991

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