Senadza, Bernadin

Bernardin Senadza is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Ghana. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Ghana. A development economist, his research interests are in rural household livelihood strategies, poverty and inequality, education and health, and sustainable lifestyles of the middle class (carbon consumption behavior). He is currently partnering with researchers at the German Development Institute to examine the carbon consumption patterns of the middle classes in Ghana, Peru, and the Philippines. 

People | 7 May 2020