Lulit Mitik Beyene is specialized in impact assessment of policies, programs and shocks in Africa. She uses different methods including: macro-micro models, logic models and quantitative and qualitative surveys. Ms Beyene is a Managing Pertner at the Institute for Economic and Social Development Research, an Ethiopia-based private institution. She has been involved in research and training activities of the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) since 2010. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. She is fluent in Amharic, French, and English.
|Assessment of the welfare, employment and gender impacts of policy options for renewable energy financing in Nigeria||Nigeria||Gender , Impacts of government programs , Fiscal policy , Labor markets|
|Can a Wage Subsidy be used to Improve Women’s Formal Employment in Zambia?||Zambia||Gender|
|Resource allocation across industrial sectors, poverty and income inequality in Ethiopia: CGE modelling approach||Ethiopia||Poverty and inequality|
|Economy-wide impacts of Technological Change in Food Staples in Ethiopia||Ethiopia||Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
|The effects of minimum wages on the labour market and income distribution in Kenya; a CGE analysis||Kenya||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Labor markets|
|The role of Micro and Small Scale Enterprises in Ethiopian Economy; Government Intervention and Alternative Strategies: CGE Analysis||Ethiopia||Gender , Poverty and inequality , Education and training , Impacts of government programs|
|Alternative Policy Strategy to ADLI for Ethiopia: A Dynamic CGE Framework Analysis||Ethiopia||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs|
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