Dislene SOSSOU is a young professional with a tri-disciplinary master's degree in "Mathematics, Economics, and Statistics" from the African School of Economics, and a degree in Statistics and Econometrics from the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences of the University of Abomey. -Calavi (Benin).
Her Master thesis focused on the "Cost of the Energy Deficit for African Economies" where she uses counterfactual techniques to determine what energy inefficiency costs African economies in terms of productivity and unrealized GDP growth.
She has subsequent professional experiences that led me to undertake research activities with the Partnership for Economic Policy (an international network of economic and development researchers). In that respect, she has contributed substantially to evaluation of the impact of an agricultural development program on food security and household’s income in Benin. Also she supported a preliminary literature review and secondary data analysis of the impact of micro-finance in Benin, for a World Bank prospective project.
Research activities that she did a number of times includes review of literature, quantitative data management and econometrics analysis using Stata, SPSS and Matlab.
At this stage of hercarrier, she is investing to specialize in public policy analysis; causal inference and impact evaluation of development interventions; and applied econometrics and statistics
|Impact des Modèles Innovants de Conseil Agricole et d’Entrepreneuriat des Jeunes sur la Résilience et la Sécurité Alimentaire des Ménages au Bénin : Une Approche basée sur les Essais Aléatoires Contrôlés||Benin||Youth and children , Agriculture and food security|
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