|Education||Ph.D, Agricultural Economics, University of Trento, Italy (2015)|
"Technology Adoption and Risk Exposure Among Smallholder Farmers: Panel Data Evidence from Tanzania and Uganda." Adamon N. Mukasa. (World Development Special Issue)
Factor Misallocation, Market Distortions and Agricultural Productivity: The Case of Smallholder Farmers in sub-Saharan Africa (with Christopher B. Barrett and Linden McBride)
Adamon holds a PhD in agricultural economics from the University of Trento in Italy. He is currently associate professor of economics at the Université Catholique de Bukavu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and a consultant at the African Development Bank under the Structural Transformation of African Agriculture and Rural Spaces (STAARS) project. His research interest focuses on applied micro-econometrics, development economics and agricultural economics. He has undertaken several studies on poverty dynamics, land allocation, access to credit, technology adoption, and agricultural productivity. He has used extensively the Living Standards Measurement Study-Integrated Survey on Agriculture (LSMS-ISA) in his research.