|Education||Ph.D. in Economics, Leibniz University (2015)|
"Rainfall shocks and agricultural productivity: Implication for rural household consumption" Mulubrhan Amare, Jennifer Denno Cissé, Nathaniel D. Jensen, Bekele Shiferaw.
“Nonfarm employment, agricultural intensification, and productivity change: empirical findings from Uganda.” Mulubrhan Amare, Bekele Shiferaw. (Agricultural Economics Special Issue)
Dr. Mulu Amare is a development and agricultural economist with international experience in impact evaluation, poverty and quantitative data analysis. Research themes have focused on agricultural production and intensification, trade and market, migration and development, causes of poverty and poverty traps.