Trejo-Pech Helps Lead Prestigious Flagship Journal


Carlos Trejo-Pech
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Carlos Trejo-Pech, researcher and assistant professor of agribusiness finance at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, has been named a managing editor of the International Food and Agribusiness Management Review. Photo by T. Johnson, courtesy UTIA. Download image​.


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Carlos Trejo-Pech, researcher and assistant professor of agribusiness finance at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, has been named a managing editor of the International Food and Agribusiness Management Review (IFAMR).

Often referred to as the flagship journal in the field of agribusiness, it publishes peer reviewed, scholarly articles on topics related to the practice of management in the worldwide food and agribusiness industry, serving as a catalyst for related discussions and inquiry. IFAMR is a journal with an impact factor — indicating the importance or rank of a journal — indexed by Clarivate Analytics and Scopus.

As a managing editor, Trejo-Pech is responsible for the double-blind, peer-review process of selected submissions assigned to him by the journal’s executive editor. Typically, a managing editor selects potential reviewers and invites them to review a submitted manuscript, summarizes the completed reviews, and renders an opinion about the quality and readiness for publication of the manuscript.

Joining UTIA’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics in 2016, Trejo-Pech teaches advanced agribusiness finance and conducts research in the areas of agribusiness, finance, and the case method. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he conducts research primarily in the area of agribusiness finance but also has interests in agricultural economics, the case method, and corporate finance.

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Tina M. Johnson, Information Specialist, 865-974-7418, tjohnson@utk.edu