|Education||PhD (Agricultural and Applied Economist)|
|STAAARS+ Research||Market Shocks, Seasonality and Welfare Outcomes in Ghana: The Mediating role of Market Access|
Edward Martey is an Agricultural and Applied Economist and the Head of the Socioeconomics section of the CSIR-Savanna Agricultural Research Institute. His research, development, agricultural economics, and operational work cover a range of policy-relevant questions related to poverty, development, and commercialization in Africa. Specifically, his recent research focuses on impact assessment of agricultural technologies, energy, agricultural and rural development, time poverty, and economic valuation using choice experiments.
Edward holds a Ph.D in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, an MPhil and BSc in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ghana, respectively.