- PhD researcher
T.N. Kahsay is a PhD student in the department of Environmental Economics of IVM Institute for Environmental Studies at the VU University Amsterdam. He has a background in Natural Resource and Sustainable Agricultural from the Agricultural University of Norway (now Norwegian University of Life Sciences), with specialization on development and resource economics. His MSc thesis addressed farm size efficiency in smallholder agriculture. Currently, he is working on the International Blue Nile River Basin Management project, focusing on general equilibrium modelling of the water resources management and development of the Nile River Basin.
|2000||M.Sc. in the Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture with, specialization in Development and Resource Economics, Department of Economics and Social Sciences, Agricultural University of Norway|
|1989||BA in Economics, Department of Economics, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia|
Professional employment history
|2001-present||Lecturer, School of Economics, Addis Ababa University|
|1996-1998||Socio Economist, Commission for Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Rehabilitation in Tigray, Ethiopia|
|1994-1995||Marketing Head, Livestock Resources Development Co., Ethiopia|
|1990-1993||Junior Expert, Ethiopian Ministry of Trade|
Mulat, D., Tewodros, N., Techane, G. & Bekele, H. (2008). African Imperatives in the New World Trade Order: The Case of the Agricultural Sector of Ethiopia. In Ademola Oyejide, T. & Dominique, N. (eds.), African Imperatives in the New World Trade Order. African Economic Research Consortium. Nairobi.
Mulat, D., Tewodros, N., Solomon, D., Assefa, B. & Temesgen A. (2004). Decent Work Deficit in the Ethiopian Cotton Sector. ILO SRO, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.