|Education||Ph.D., Doctor of Economics (Majoring in Agricultural Economics), MwAPATA Institute|
|STAARS Research||Measuring the Distributional Effects of Fertilizer Subsidies on Young Female and Male Farmers in Malawi.|
Christone Nyondo works as a Research Fellow at MwAPATA Institute, an indigenous Policy Research Institute in Malawi that focuses on issues relating to agricultural, natural resource management and rural development policy. Prior to joining MwAPATA Institute in 2019, Christone worked as a Policy Analyst in the New Alliance Policy Acceleration Support (NAPAS) Project in the Department of Agricultural Planning Services in the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA). He joined the NAPAS project from the MoA where he worked as a Chief Economist. Christone is currently a Visiting Fellow in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, courtesy of the Structural Transformation of African Agriculture and Rural Spaces (STAAARS+) program. He primary works with Brian Dillion and Sergio Puerto under the overall oversight of Christopher Barrett. His primary areas of research interest include agricultural policy, public policy processes, agricultural market integration and economics of program evaluation.