Amoudath MAZU is an African fellow in the Centre for Studies and Research in Economics and Management (CEREG), Yaoundé, for the ERASMUS Project. She was an intern and consultant in the Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management as well as gender and poverty. She is completing her PhD in development economics at Gaston Berger University in Senegal, where she teaches economics courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from African School of Economics. She is also a specialist of gender and trade issues gained from UNCTAD training and on Economic Modeling Applied to Trade Policy Reforms in Africa from African Institute for Economic Development and Planning of Senegal and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.
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