Rozhan Abu Dardak

Rozhan Abu Dardak

Dr. Rozhan holds a bachelor’s degree in Resource Economic from Unversiti Putra Malaysia, MBA (International Business) from the Birmingham Business School, England, and Doctor in Business Administration (DBA) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He served as a Research Officer at the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) for 32 years.

He has vast experiences in undertaking research on marketing agricultural produce, innovation management and technology transfer/ commercialization of technology. He presented more than 50 papers at the local and international seminars and conferences, and published more than 100 articles, books, chapter in a book, research papers, annual report and manuals.

He was appointed as the Director of  Economic, Social Science and Agribusiness Research Center, the Director of Strategic Planning Center, and his last position before retired in 2019, was the Deputy Director General ( Development and Operation) MARDI.

Join FFTC-AP since 2015
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Latest Submission from Malaysia

2021.07.21
ABSTRACT The demand for food is expected to increase with bigger growth rate as compared to its production. As a result, farmers need to open new land or intensify crop production. The over exploitation of agricultural activities will affect the environment, and subsequently impact the life of...
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2021.06.28
ABSTRACT The agriculture sector is an important economic sector in Malaysia, contributing 7.3% (US 23.89 Million) to the national GDP. The crops planted in Malaysia can be grouped into two, industrial crops such as palm oil, rubber, and cocoa and crops for domestic market rice, vegetables,...
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2021.06.25
ABSTRACT Corn is one of the main ingredients for animal feeds, and this commodity supports the development of livestock industry in Malaysia. However, corn is a small industry and the local production could not meet the demand by the animal feed millers. As a result, Malaysia depends on its corn...
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2021.04.29
ABSTRACT Consumers have increasing concerns on food safety. They are afraid of food-borne diseases that will affect their healthy lives. There are many measures that can be used to monitor the safety of food products in Malaysia, such as the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP),...
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