Mouhamed Rassoul SY

Education Masters in Statistics and Econometrics (MSE), Cheikh Anta Diop University, Senegal
STAAARS+ Research Domestic or imported rice? An empirical analysis of consumers’ choices in Senegal.

Mouhamed is an experienced Research Analyst with a strong background in Survey Design, Impact Assessment, and Econometric modelling. Graduated from the National School of Statistics (ENSAE) in 2014, Mouhamed also holds a Master's degree in Statistics and Econometrics from UCAD in 2017. In 2019, he is awarded with the Gender-Responsive Researcher fellowship through the GREAT program by Cornell University and Makerere University.
Over the past 6 years, He successfully managed and monitored over 40 surveys from different domains of Agriculture and rural development, at different stages of Value Chains, and for a wide range of national and international partners such as MSU, IFPRI, CIRAD, Kiel University, and FAO etc. As a research analyst, he conducted many technical efficiency studies using Stochastic Frontier Methods. He also contributed to several nationwide impact evaluations by building state-of-the-art survey designs and running matching methods.
Mouhamed is a passionate of teaching and capacity building. He provides training in Agricultural Statistics at ENSAE, and to PhD students in Economics and staff of Ministry of Agriculture in Senegal.

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