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Department of Agricultural Economics

Antonina Broyaka

Antonina BroyakaExtension Associate

331F Waters Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-477-4712 
785.532.6925 | Fax
broyaka@ksu.edu 

Education

Candidate of Economic Sciences in Economics and Management of the national economy (equivalent to Ph.D. in Economics), National Research Center Institute of Agrarian Economics of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine), 2018

Responsibilities

From September 1998 to March 2022, Broyaka carried out scientific and educational activities at the Vinnytsia National Agrarian University, Ukraine, in positions including teaching assistant, senior lecturer, associate professor and vice-dean for research and dean of the faculty of economics and entrepreneurship.

She is an author (individually and co-authored) of more than 60 publications of educational and methodological nature, as well as nearly 70 scientific publications. In her research, she paid considerable attention to nowadays micro- and macroeconomic problems, strategic management of the national economy, principles of development of agro-industrial sector of economy, agricultural extension service, food security and current trends in foreign economic activity.

She pays considerable attention to international cooperation and experience exchange. In 2018, she passed an internship in economics at the University “Professor Doctor Asen Zlatarov” Burgas, Bulgaria. During the 2004-2005 academic year, she was a participate of the Fulbright / Junior Faculty Development Program at Kansas State University. From 2002 to 2004, Broyaka worked as a bilingual administrative secretary and consultant of economics issues and agricultural extension at the Vinnytsia Oblast Center for Private Farmer Training and Outreach established within a USAID international technical assistance project between Vinnytsia National Agrarian University and Louisiana State University. In 2001, she had successfully completed the faculty exchange program at the USDA and Pennsylvania State University. She regularly participates in international conferences domestically and abroad.

Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Broyaka has moved to the United States and received refuge in Manhattan, Kansas. She is continuing research activity as an extension associate of the agricultural economics department of Kansas State University on an issue of economic impact of Russian military aggression on Ukrainian agriculture and glob food security.