Guigonan Serge Adjognon biography
Serge Adjognon is an Agricultural Economist in the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Team of the World Bank. Passionate about poverty and food security issues in developing countries, his research interests are in agricultural value chains, non-farm economy, agricultural finance, and climate change and climate-smart agriculture.
He holds a MSc degree from McGill University, and a PhD degree from Michigan State University, both in Agricultural economics. Prior to joining the World Bank, Serge was a Graduate Research Assistant with the Food Security Group at Michigan State University.
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