Hailemariam Teklewold is a Research Fellow at the Environmental and Climate Research Center for Ethiopia. He has a PhD in Economics from the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden; and MSc and BSc degree both from the Department of Economics, Addis Ababa University. He is an Agricultural Economist mainly involved the Agriculture Thematic area of the center, currently working on “Adaptation to increase resilience to climate change in Ethiopian agriculture” His research focuses on the economics of sustainable agricultural technologies a focus towards climate smart agricultural interventions, and analyzing the determinants of adoption of multiple sustainable agricultural practices and their impacts on household welfare, labor demand, production risk, and environment in some African countries.
- Agricultural and resource economics with major emphasis on farming systems and sustainable land use
- Adoption and impact of agricultural technologies
- Farmers' risk and time preferences and their implication on agricultural technologies adoption and resource allocation
- Agricultural marketing and value chain analysis