Martin Mwale is a Malawian Ph.D. candidate at the Economics Department of the Stellenbosch University of South Africa. He is a development Economist by profession and training. He has served the Malawi Government as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist particularly in the Programmes, Projects and Social Economic Policy division since 2013. Martin has mastered quantitative methods of analysis including the usage of statistical software (Stata, R, and QGIS). His research interest is in Micro-Econometrics and household welfare analysis within the fields of Development Economics, Agricultural Economics, Labour Economics, and Social Policy. Currently, he is working on “measuring the household welfare effects of the Malawi Farm Input Subsidy Program using” daylight satellite images.
|The unintended consequences of the Malawi Farm Input Subsidy Programme (FISP): Women's entrepreneurship and financial inclusion.||Malawi||Gender & women’s empowerment , Entrepreneurship , Financial inclusion , Agriculture and food security|
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