Dave Juday is an adjunct fellow of the Center for Global Food Issues. He has an extensive background in both international business and public policy. His private sector experience includes the successful launching of more than 15 food and agricultural products in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Juday is also a senior analyst with World Perspectives, Inc. a respected agricultural market analytic firm, where he conducts sweetener market analysis as well as providing political and policy analysis of international agricultural markets.
Previously, Juday served in the White House as deputy director of Domestic Policy in the Office of the Vice President, and was then-Vice President Dan Quayle’s chief agricultural advisor. He also served as an aide in the U.S. Senate where he was appointed task force investigator to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget. Prior to joining the Center for Global Food Issues, Juday was the director of the Focus on Agricultural Regulation and Markets (FARM) Project of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution.
Publications and Media Exposure
Juday has written on agricultural, trade, economic, and environmental issues for such national publications as The Wall Street Journal, Journal of Commerce, Washington Times, The Weekly Standard, and National Review. Several of Juday’s columns have been circulated on Capitol Hill and entered into the Congressional Record. Recent interviews on agricultural policy include the Washington Post, WNYC public radio, and National Journal. He has also been published in such industry publications as Top Producer, Farm Journal, and Feedstuffs and appears frequently on the syndicated farm radio show “AgriTalk.” His chapter in the monograph Livestock, Ethics, and the Quality of Life was published in late 1999 in the UK.