Dr William Adzawla: livelihood | Best Researcher Award

Economist at  International Fertilizer Development Center, Ghana

Dr. William Adzawla is a highly motivated and passionate individual with a background in Economics and Agricultural Economics. Currently serving as an Economist at IFDC Ghana, he specializes in socioeconomic research, program implementation, and behavioral change activities for farmers.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

PhD in Economics (2016-2019):University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal. MPhil in Agricultural Economics (2013-2015):University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana. BSc in Agriculture Technology (2008-2012):University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana

Experience:

Economist at IFDC Ghana (2020-Date): Designing and implementing socioeconomic research. Writing technical reports and supervising research interns. Leading behavioral change activities for farmers.Adjunct Lecturer (May 2022-Date): University of The Gambia and Laweh Open University College, Accra, Ghana. Senior Research Officer at ASDEV Consult (2014-2022): Proposal and project design, budget preparation. Conducted needs assessment and baseline studies for various organizations. Scientific Scholar at the University of Florida: Provided technical assistance to the Sahel Research group.

Technical Competence:

Computing: High computer literacy; proficient in STATA, SPSS, Frontier, and Microsoft Office. Research: Expertise in qualitative and quantitative research design, data management, reporting, and communication. Management: Strong leadership skills, stakeholder engagement, team building, efficient resource utilization, and effective communication.

citation:

  • All Time: 893
  • Since 2019: 846

📊 h-index: 18
📈 i10-index: 29

Impressive citation records, reflecting the impact and influence of your research contributions. Keep up the excellent work! 📚👏

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

Dr. William Adzawla’s research encompasses a diverse array of topics within agriculture and economic development. His work delves into the accuracy of agricultural data and its policy implications, as evidenced in maize farmer recall surveys. He explores the economic viability of smallholder agriculture in Ghana, considering factors like farm output commercialization and diversification.

 

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