My research examines the socio-economic dimensions of energy access in sub-Saharan Africa (particularly Nigeria and Ghana, but also several countries in East and Southern Africa), especially as it intersects with issues of gender and health. I have published extensively on the interactions between the market-based trajectories envisaged for energy access interventions and the socio-economic realities of target groups, making mine one of a handful of voices from the global south to engage critically with conventional narratives around such interventions. The societal impact of my research is amplified through policy engagement initiatives - funded, most recently, by grants from the International Science Council and the International Network for Government Science Advice.
|ASSESSING THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE NIGERIAN RURAL ELECTRIFICATION FUND (REF-1) PROGRAMME USING A GENDER COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL||Nigeria||Gender & women’s empowerment , Fiscal policy|
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