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      Agriculture
           Prof. Dr. John Lindsay Falvey
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Prof. Dr. Lindsay Falvey
Higher Doctorate 
Doctor of Agricultural Science.

 University of Melbourne, 2005
 
Ph.D (livestock development in northern Thailand)

University of Queensland, 1980
M.Agr.Sc.
(tropical animal production)

LaTrobe University, 1977
 
B.Agr.Sc. (Hons)

LaTrobe University, 1971


 
Publication:

 
Falvey, L. (2016). “Integrated Development: An Historical Insight of Our Time,” Asian Agri-History Journal. Vol. 20 Issue 4, pp253-263. 

 
Falvey, L. (2016). “Agriscience Tames an Alien Land,” In Boundless Plains to Share: Australia’s Agribusiness Partnership with Asia – Century 21. Australia : Mandate Group.

 
Falvey, L. (2015). Sustainable Development in the Thai Highlands,” the Experience of the Thai-Australian Development Project. First International Highland Conference. Chiang Mai Empress Hotel, Chiang Mai University, January 2015, http://www.asiahiland2014.agri.cmu.ac.th/uploads/
Suatainable%20Development%20in%20the%20Thai%20Highland%20Prof%20Falvey%20Keynote%20Paper.pdf
 

Falvey, L. (2015). Policies Impacting Shifting Cultivation: Getting it Right. In Shifting Cultivation Policies. Published by Elsevier.
 

Falvey, L. (2015). “Food Security: the Contribution of Livestock,” Chiang Mai University Journal of Natural Sciences. 14 (1), 103-107. 
 

Falvey, L. (2015). “Sustainable Development in the Thai Highlands,” the Experience of the Thai-Australian Development Project. First International Highland Conference. Chiang Mai Empress Hotel, Chiang Mai University, January 2015. (to be published by Elsevier in 2015).
 

Falvey, L. (2015). “Policies Impacting Shifting Cultivation: Getting it Right,” Chapter in Shifting Cultivation Policies: Balancing Environmental and Social Sustainability. United Kingdom : CABI, Oxford, UK. Pp. 43-63
 

Falvey, L. (2014) “Technology, Livestock and Feeding the World,” Academy of Technological Science and Engineering. 183, 34-35.
 

Falvey, L. (2013) Musing on Agri-History. Asian Journal of Agri-History. 17(2), 183-191.
 

Falvey, L. (2012) “The Role of Food Security Planning in Food-insecure Nations,” Food Security. Science, Sustainability and Governance Conference, 27-28 September, Rendezvous Hotel, Melbourne, 2012, P.1-21.
 

Books:

 
Lindsay Falvey, Snow Barlow, Janet Beard, Malcolm Hickey, Frank Larkins, Kwong Lee Dow, Jeff Topp, Robert White and Nigel Wood. (2017). Agricultural Education – in Victoria & the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Melbourne. Published by: The Society of Old Agriculture Fellows, University House, University of Melbourne, 3010, Victoria, Australia. Pp. 1-220
 

Lindsay Falvey. (2016). Understanding Southeast Asia: Syncretism in Commonalities. Published by: TSU Press, an imprint of Thaksin University, 140 Kanchanavanich Street, Khao Rup Change, Mueang, Songkhla 90000, Thailand. 
 

T. Gibson, H. James & L. Falvey. (2016). Rohingyas: Insecurity and Citizenship in Myanmar. Published by: TSU Press, an imprint of Thaksin University, 140 Kanchanavanich Street, Khao Rup Change, Mueang, Songkhla 90000, Thailand.   
 
Charan Chantalakhana, Pakapun Skunmun and Lindsay Falvey.(2015). ภูมิปัญญา วัฒนธรรมและสํานวนไทยจากไร่ (Phumipanya Watanatham le SamnuanThaijakraina (Thai Farmers’ Wisdom, Culture and Sayings – in Thai language  with English section “Some Examples of Thai Sayings in English”). Bangkok : Animal Husbandary Association of Thailand. Pp. 1-248. พิมพ์ที่: อักษรสยามการพิมพ์, 16 ซอยบางแวก 2 แยก 4 แขวงคูหาสวรรณ์ เขตภาษีเจริญ กรุงเทพฯ 10160  
 

Lindsay Falvey. (2013). Beliefs that Bias Food & Agriculture: Questions I’m Often Asked.  Published by: Institute for International Development, level 1, 19 North Terrace, Hackney, South Australia 5069 Australia.
 

Lindsay Falvey. (2012). Derek Tribe – International Agricultural Scientist: Founder of The Crawford Fund. Pp. 1-244. Published by: Barton, A.C.T. : Crawford Fund for International Agriculture Research; Hackney, S. Aust. : Institute for International Development.