Patricia Funjika is a Research Fellow in the Economics and Business Research Program of the Institute of Economic and Social Research at the University of Zambia. She has over eight years of experience in her portfolio and has experience in conducting both basic and commissioned research. She is currently a PhD student in the Economics Department of the University of Pretoria and the area of her research is in developmental economics with a microeconomic approach. She has experience in survey management and evaluation of policies and has previously participated in the nation-wide evaluation of a Savings group model in Zambia – the Savings and Internal Lending Communities model (SILC). Ms Funjika has been involved in various consultancies and collaborative research with the World Economic Forum, United Nations Development Programme, United Nations High Commission for Research and the Ministry of Finance in Zambia. She has participated in the teaching of undergraduate courses in the Department of Economics at the University of Zambia, namely Corporate Finance, Money and Banking and Econometrics.
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