Postgraduate Research Student, Faculty of Social Sciences
I am a PhD candidate in the School of Economics where my interests lie in development economics and microeconometrics. I have an MSc in Economics and Ecometrics from the University of Nottingham and a BSc in Economics from the Univeristy of Bath.
Graduate Teaching Assistant in the School of Economics:
- L11117-Economic Perspectives (UG Year 1)
- L12402-Macroeconomic Theory (UG Year 2)
- L13508 Health Economics (UG Year 3)
My research focuses upon the income generating activities of households in Uganda during a period of relatively high economic growth between 1990-2010. In particular it involves empirical analysis… read more
My research focuses upon the income generating activities of households in Uganda during a period of relatively high economic growth between 1990-2010. In particular it involves empirical analysis using a number of large and nationally represenative houhsehold surveys conducted over the period of interest to identify the causes and consquences of households engaging in a diverse number of income generating activities.
Professor Oliver Morrissey
Professor Sourafel Girma
Centre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade (CREDIT)
Sir Clive Granger BuildingUniversity of NottinghamUniversity Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
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