Dr Sara Stevano

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About me

My background is in development economics and political economy. I was trained at SOAS University of London, where I completed my MSc in Development Economics (2010) and PhD in Economics (2014). My research interests include feminist political economy and gender analysis, agrarian change, the political economy of food/nutrition and labour markets. I take an interdisciplinary approach, exploring the use of mixed methods in economic research and the synergies between political economy and anthropology. My work focuses on Africa (Mozambique and Ghana in particular). 

I currently teach on Economics of Developing Countries, Feminist and Gende​​r Economics, Economic Theory and Policy, Contemporary Policy Analysis and Research Methods. 

Area of expertise

Gender analysis of labour markets, households and well-being; political economy of food consumption/security; agrarian change and agricultural policy; social reproduction and use of time.

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