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Namedr. LH Aramyan MSc
FirstnameLusine
Emaillusine.aramyan@wur.nl

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DescriptionSenior scientist
OrganizationWageningen Economic Research
Organization UnitConsumer and Chain
Phone+31 317 481 888+31 317 481 888
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 4
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Droevendaalsesteeg 4
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room104/Flex104/Flex
Postal addressPostbus 135
6700AC, WAGENINGEN
Postbus 35
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
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Biography

Dr. Lusine Aramyan holds an MSc in agricultural economics and a PhD in measuring performance in agri-food supply chains (both from Wageningen University). Her main research interests are on supply chain management with particular focus on food waste and losses, performance measurement systems, market research and intelligence,  quality assurance systems and GMOs. Lusine has  more than10 years of relevant experience in food chain research projects and has an extensive publication list in international peer-reviewed journals, mainly focused on agri-food supply chain management. Lusine has been involved in several EU commissioned studies as a researcher and as a project leader.


Expert Profile
Expertise
Abilities
  • Expertise in qualitative and quantitative analysis using a wide range of statistical (e.g. conjoint, factor, cluster analysis), economical (e.g. efficiency analysis, quantitative scenario analysis, modelling) and econometrical tools (e.g.regression, forcasting, censored models)
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  Lusine Aramyan on Linkedin
  Lusine Aramyan on ResearchGate

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Projects

Projects by LH Aramyan

  1. ACTTiVAte (H2020). Supports innovation in SMEs and foster the smart reindustrialization of Europe by enabling the emergence of new cross-border and cross-sectoral value chains from four different sectors, aerospace, agri-food, health and ICT http://acttivate.eu/
  2. REFRESH (H2020) .Behavioural economic approaches and scenarios for food waste prevention, reduction and valorization http://eu-refresh.org/ 
  3. FUSIONS (EU-FP7).Identifying social food waste drivers and contributing to policymaking at European and national levels, addressing socially innovative solutions for optimized food use, including the development of recommendations for a Common Food Waste Policy for EU27. Scenario analysis on current trends of food waste generation and exploring socio-economic policy incentives for waste prevention and reduction. http://www.eu-fusions.org
  4. EU policy on GM soy: tolerance threshold and asynchronic approval (FEDIMA) http://edepot.wur.nl/7856
  5. Study on the Implications of Asynchronous GMO Approvals for EU Imports of Animal Feed Products ( EU-DG AGRI  http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/analysis/external/asynchronous-gmo-approvals/full-text_en.pdf
  6. Welfare Quality (EU-FP6). Evaluating the likelihood of the adoption of Welfare Quality (WQ) assessment system in European agri-food supply chains. The perceptions of different stakeholders in agri-food supply chains in the Europe about the adoption possibilities of WQ assessment system have been analysed by means of conjoint analysis. http://http://www.welfarequality.net/everyone
  7. Q-pork Chain (EU-FP6). A scenario study on reallocation of different links of the pork supply chains in the European taking into account economic and environmental sustainability aspects
  8. http://www.porktraining.org/
  9. PEGASUS (EU-FP7). Analysing the socio-economic aspects of adoption of products from GM animals in food and pharmaceutical production chains by means of scenario analysis www.projectpegasus.eu
  10. PreSTO GMO (ERA-NET). ). Horizon scanning of emerging GM applications  http://www.presto-gmo-era-net.eu/content/research-0

 

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