Monica Puoma Lambon-Quayefio

Monica Lambon-Quayefio is an applied microeconomist whose research focuses on labour market issues in developing country contexts, demographic economic issues with a focus on, women and children’s welfare and digital innovations in agriculture. Her recent work has focused on unpaid care work, inequality of opportunity, digital finance in agriculture, informal pensions and labour market inefficiencies. She is a research fellow of the Transfer Project and of the Africa Centre of Excellence in Poverty and Inequality Research (ACEIR). She is also  a non-resident fellow at the Centre for Effective Global Action (CEGA) and a JPAL invited researcher. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economics, at the University of Ghana. She holds a doctorate degree in Economics from Clark University,Massachusetts in  the USA where she received her master’s degree in economics.Her Bachelor of Arts degree was obtained in Economics with Mathematics from the University

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Fields of specialization

Gender & women’s empowerment, Labour markets and employment, Entrepreneurship, Social protection


Title Country Themes
Review of Youth Employment Policies and their Impact in Ghana Ghana Labour markets and employment , Youth and children
Empirical review of Youth Employment Policies in Ghana Ghana Labour markets and employment , Youth and children
Non-Wage Benefits, Union ‘Facilitation Effect’ and Labour Market Outcomes in Ghana Ghana Labour markets and employment


Dr Monica Puoma Lambon-quayefio
Senior Lecturer
University of Ghana
University of Ghana

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