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Mr. Tsegaye Molla Enyew, Agricultural Economics, Best Researcher Award

Tsegaye Molla Enyew at Debre Markos University, Ethiopia

Tsegaye Molla Enyew is a Full-time Lecturer and Researcher of Agricultural Economics at Debre Markos University, Ethiopia. He has been in this role since August 2019, following his tenure as the Department Head of Agricultural Economics from August 2018 to October 2020. Prior to that, he served as a Lecturer at the Department of Agricultural Economics starting from March 2014. Mr. Enyew holds a Higher Diploma Program (HDP) from Debre Markos University, a Master of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics from Haramaya University, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Rural Development from Debre Markos University. He is proficient in both Amharic and English, with strong skills in social interaction, supervision, teaching, training, and research. Additionally, he is proficient in statistical software such as Stata, R, SPSS, and KoboToolbox.



Higher Diploma Program (HDP)

  • Education provider institution: Debre Markos University, Ethiopia
  • Duration: Sept 2022 – July 2023
  • CGPA: Graduated
  • Principal subjects/skills covered: Action research

Master of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics

  • Education provider organization: Haramaya University, Ethiopia
  • Duration: Oct 2011 – March 2014
  • Cumulative GPA: 3.87/4.0
  • Principal subjects/skills covered: Advanced Econometrics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematics for Economists, International Trade, Applied Method of Operations Research
  • Thesis Title: Household Level Analysis of Rural Poverty: The Case of Gozamin District of East Gojjam Zone, Ethiopia
  • Duration of the research part: 1 year

Bachelor of Science Degree in Rural Development

  • Education provider organization: Debre Markos University, Ethiopia
  • Duration: Sept 2008 – Sept 2010
  • Cumulative GPA: 3.94/4.0
  • Principal subjects/skills covered: Econometrics, Environmental Economics, Introduction to Statistics, Agricultural & Price Policy Analysis, Agricultural Marketing
  • Research Title: Perception and impact of deforestation on crop production in Northern Ethiopia
  • Duration of the research part: 6 months

Professional Experience:

Full-time Lecturer and Researcher (August 2019 – Present):

Conducting research in Agricultural Economics.

Mentoring and teaching undergraduate students.

Engaging in multidisciplinary research and community development projects at Debre Markos University, Ethiopia.

Department Head of Agricultural Economics (August 2018 – October 2020):

Leading departmental affairs and managing staff.

Coordinating Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs.

Teaching B.Sc. courses and supervising B.Sc. research projects at Debre Markos University.

Lecturer at Department of Agricultural Economics (March 2014 – August 2019):

Supervising B.Sc. senior essays and engaging in community service projects.

Teaching B.Sc. courses and participating in research projects at Debre Markos University.

Graduate Assistant (September 2010 – October 2011):

Assisting in teaching B.Sc. courses and co-supervising B.Sc. students’ researches at Debre Markos University.

Research Interest:

Rural Development and Poverty Analysis: Investigating factors influencing rural poverty and exploring strategies for sustainable rural development.

Agricultural Marketing and Price Policy: Analyzing market dynamics, price trends, and policy interventions to enhance agricultural market efficiency and farmers’ income.

Environmental Economics: Studying the economic aspects of environmental sustainability in agriculture, including climate change adaptation, natural resource management, and ecosystem services valuation.

Econometric Modeling: Developing and applying econometric models to analyze agricultural data, understand economic relationships, and forecast agricultural production and market trends.

Value Chain Analysis: Assessing agricultural value chains, identifying opportunities for value addition, improving market access for farmers, and enhancing overall value chain efficiency.

Food Security and Nutrition: Researching strategies to improve food security, reduce hunger, and enhance nutrition outcomes, particularly in rural areas.

Agricultural Policy and Development: Evaluating the impact of agricultural policies, programs, and interventions on farm productivity, income distribution, and overall agricultural development.

Impact Evaluation: Conducting rigorous assessments of the impact of agricultural projects, policies, and interventions to measure effectiveness and inform evidence-based decision-making.

Publication Top Noted:

“Analysis of rural poverty and exit time: the case of Gozamn district of east Gojjam zone, Ethiopia”

  • Cited by: 13
  • Year: 2014
  • Journal: Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development
  • Volume: 5
  • Issue: 27
  • Pages: 315

“Does behavior of clients matter in adoption of internet banking? Evidence from Commercial Bank of Ethiopia”

  • Cited by: 11
  • Year: 2018
  • Journal: Journal of Economics and International Finance
  • Volume: 10
  • Issue: 6
  • Pages: 58-64

“The paradox of poverty reduction in Ethiopia: are microfinance institutions really Pro-poor?”

  • Cited by: 7
  • Year: 2018
  • Journal: Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting
  • Volume: 8
  • Issue: 3
  • Pages: 1-7

“Prioritizing Apple Production Constraints in Sinan Woreda, Ethiopia:A Constraint Facing Index (CFI) Approach”

  • Cited by: 1
  • Year: 2020
  • Journal: International Journal of African and Asian Studies
  • Volume: 68

“Economics of Quality Education and Paths Leading into and out of Quality Education: Evidence from Debre Markos University, Ethiopia.”

  • Cited by: 1
  • Year: 2017
  • Journal: Educational Research and Reviews
  • Volume: 12
  • Issue: 22
  • Pages: 1086-1090
Tsegaye Molla Enyew | Agricultural Economics | Best Researcher Award

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