Daloglu, Irem

Daloglu, Irem
University of Michigan

A former engineer and financial analyst in Turkey who earned a Fulbright Scholarship to study engineering management at Northeastern University, Daloglu now examines the relationships between human and natural systems in agriculture.

Her research interest is in using coupled natural and human systems approach in comparing policy alternatives. She is working on adoption of conservation practices by farmers and its influence on downstream water quality. She is comparing various international agri-environmental policies and aiming to measure their net benefits with the use of agent-based and watershed models. This research draws from and integrates ecology, complex systems, and environmental policy in the interest of exploring sustainable paths for agriculture.

Research Interests: 
environmental policy, agriculture, conservation, ecology