Postdoctoral Fellow, Tufts University
- AMA Innovation Lab Researcher
Aissatou Ouedraogo is a development economist with research interests in rural household economies. Her research focuses on links between household structure and productive resource allocation, labor, health, and technology adoption. Her ongoing research includes examining how farm labor responds to the introduction of a climate smart fertilization technique, namely microdosing, among households with differing structures –nuclear versus extended family households. Ouedraogo holds a Ph.D. in agricultural, food, and resources economics from Michigan State University.