Research Fellow Bruno Morando
Bruno Morando is a development economist interested in the determinants and measurement of resource misallocation especially (but not exclusively) among farms in Sub-Saharan Africa. He has worked on a number of projects involving the analysis of micro data to study the impact of micro level choice and constraints on aggregate productivity. Bruno completed a PhD in economics from Trinity College Dublin and has a MSc in Economics from the University of Bologna and a BSc in Business in Economics from the University of Verona.
Title: Subsistence farming and factor misallocation: Evidence from Ugandan agriculture