|Education||PhD in Economics, Cheikh Anta Diop University, Senegal|
|STAAARS+ Research||Domestic or imported rice? An empirical analysis of consumers’ choices in Senegal.|
Dr Ndeye Fatou Faye is a research fellow at the Bureau of Macroeconomic Analyses of the Senegalese Institute of Agricultural Research. She got her PhD in Economics in 2017 from Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, after a master degree in Public Policies and Development from the Paris School of Economics. For her PhD, Dr Faye worked on determinants and impact of adoption of improved pearl millet and sorghum seeds. Her main research interests are technology adoption, value chains studies and impact assessment. Dr Faye has been engaged in many qualitative and quantitative studies, particularly a four-year project which aimed to analyse the main agricultural products values chains in Senegal (cereals, horticultural projects, seeds and other inputs). She also conducted impact assessment of development projects in Senegal.