Khadijat Busola Amolegbe (Olatinwo)
Khadijat Busola Amolegbe
I earned my PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, and I currently lecture at the same institution. I was a visiting fellow/researcher at Cornell University, the University of Oxford’s Centre for the Study of Africa Economies (CSAE) and the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA). I have also worked as a consultant to Mathematica, the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) and the University of Georgia. My research is at the intersection of agriculture and development economics, covering topics on food security, poverty, women empowerment, climate change and rural digitalization. I am currently running a field experiment to explore the nexus between digital literacy, output market access and demand for rural e-commerce.