Patrice Rélouendé ZIDOUEMBA is Professor at the Institute of Rural Development of Nazi Boni University (Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso). In 2014, he defended a PhD on the evaluation of the impacts of various public policies and exogenous shocks on the economy and food security in Burkina Faso. He also worked on assessing the macroeconomic impacts of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, based on Multi-Region Computable General Equilibrium Model. Dr ZIDOUEMBA is a resource person at United Nations Institute for Economic Development and Planning where he is involved in capacity building of African civil servants in the field of macroeconomic modeling.
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