|Education||M.A. in Economics from Makerere University;
B.A. in Economics and Statistics from Kyambogo University
|STAAARS+ Research||Linking Agricultural Productivity, Market Performance, and Technology Use among Farmers in Uganda|
Ambrose Ogwang is a Research Associate at Economic Policy Research Centre attached to the Macroeconomics department. Ambrose holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from Makerere University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Statistics from Kyambogo University. In some of his past studies, Ambrose has examined gender gaps in agriculture, intertemporal current account balance approach and gender difference in access to digital financial services. In addition, Ambrose also forms a team of researcher responsible for producing the quarterly bulletin of Uganda Business Climate Index. For the STAAARS+ fellowship, Ambrose is linking agricultural productivity, market performance, and technology use among farmers in Uganda, with mentorship from Professors Duncan Boughton and Rui Benfica.