Cocou Jaurès Amegnaglo biography

Cocou Jaurès Amegnaglo is Assistant Professor at the School of Agribusiness and Policy Analysis of the National University of Agriculture of Benin. He teaches econometrics, applied microeconomics, rural and agricultural finance, and applied mathematics. His research focuses on environmental economics, especially climate change, agrometeorology, production economics, and institutional economics. He currently working on modeling the economic impact of climate change and the effectiveness of adaptation strategies at the household level.

Cocou received his Ph.D. in Applied Agricultural Economics and Policy from the University of Ghana.

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