“The increase in the quantity of rice [produced] is also being met with increasing demand due to population growth,” says Khadijat Amolegbe, from the University of Ilorin. Read the post here
Here is the link to my interview with Tara Chiu and Annsofie Misiani for the Feed the Future Advancing Local Leadership, Innovation and Networks (ALL-IN) spotlight segment. Link … ALL-IN Research Network is a collaborative initiative between the International Center for Evaluation
In this interview, I spoke with Brindha Gopalakrishnan from J-PAL. I talked about my experience as an African researcher living in Africa and mentioned some of my ongoing research. You can find the interview here.
In the past few weeks, I have asked myself questions on the future of Nigerian youth in agriculture post the coronavirus pandemic. Will there be an increase in youth migration to developed countries like Canada where governments have given mouth-watering palliatives to
An abundance of studies in development explore the association between food price volatility and household food security (dating back, for example, to Barrett & Dorosh (1996)). This issue continues to be pertinent: to date, households in sub-Saharan Africa experience variations in prices and
As an applied economist working as a lecturer and researcher in Nigeria, opportunities to learn and exchange ideas with peers can be few and far between. Researchers in the Global South, like myself, are often quite isolated with limited opportunities to engage