Makochekanwa, Albert

Title
Dr.
Gender
Male
Primary email address
Country of Citizenship
Current country of residence
Current Cohort
2010 Member
Position
Lecturer
Main duties in the current work
Teach and conduct research in Economics
Department
Department of Economics
Organization
University of Zimbabwe
Phone (Office)
002630774444390
Phone (Mobile)
002630775221484
Name of previous organization where you have worked
USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub
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Fields of Specialization (Please, check at most three fields.)
International Trade
Research interest
<p>international trade, regional trade integration, monetary economics, agriculture and food security, and climate change</p>
Month
January
Selected Publication:Please provide at least one selected publication
Year
2010
First name
Albert
Last name
Makochekanwa
Bachelor's degree
BA
Department
Economics
University
University of Pretroia
Backup for biography
<p><span style="font-family: verdana, sans-serif">Albert Makochekanwa is a citizen of &nbsp;Zimbabwe. He has been an AGRODEP member since &nbsp;October 2010. At present, Albert &nbsp;is a Trade Analyst &nbsp;at the &nbsp;USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub. &nbsp;In this position, he conducts research, analysis, and provides policy advice on non-tariff barriers and intra-regional trade in the SADC region. He is also involved in strengthening the capacity of the SADC Secretariat to effectively implement and monitor the implementation of the SADC Free Trade Area as well as increase regional economic integration. Previously, Albert worked at the &nbsp;Commonwealth Secretariat&#39;s Hub and Spokes Project, Conningarth Economists, &nbsp;University of Pretoria, Competition and Tariff Commission, Zimbabwe,and University of Zimbabwe. He holds a&nbsp;B.A.&nbsp;degree in Economics from University of Pretroia, an&nbsp;M.A.&nbsp;in Economics from University of Zimbabwe, and &nbsp;a Ph.D. Economics from University of Pretoria, South Africa. His research interests include international trade, regional trade integration, monetary economics, agriculture and food security, and climate change.</span></p>
Biography generated from the system
Dr. Albert Makochekanwa is a citizen of Zimbabwe. He has been an AGRODEP member since January, 2010. At the present, Albert is a Lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe. In this position, Albert Teach and conduct research in Economics. Before joining University of Zimbabwe, Albert worked for USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub. He holds a BA in Economics from University of Pretroia, a MA in Economics from University of Zimbabwe, and a Ph.D. in Economics from University of Pretoria. He is specialized in International Trade. He is interested in &lt;p&gt;international trade, regional trade integration, monetary economics, agriculture and food security, and climate change&lt;/p&gt;
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Master's degree
MA
Department
Economics
University
University of Zimbabwe
Ph.D.
Ph.D.
Department
Economics
University
University of Pretoria
City
Harare
Country
Street name and number
P.O. BOX MP 167 Mount Pleasant
City
Harare
Country
2011 Participation rate
0.86
2012 Participation rate
0.38

Albert Makochekanwa is a citizen of  Zimbabwe. He has been an AGRODEP member since  October 2010. At present, Albert the Chaiperson of the Department of Economics, University of Zimbabwe. Previously, Albert worked as a Trade Analyst  at the  USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub.  In that position, he conducted research, analysis, and provided policy advice on non-tariff barriers and intra-regional trade in the SADC region. He is also involved in strengthening the capacity of the SADC Secretariat to effectively implement and monitor the implementation of the SADC Free Trade Area as well as increase regional economic integration. Albert also worked at the  Commonwealth Secretariat's Hub and Spokes Project, Conningarth Economists,  University of Pretoria, Competition and Tariff Commission, Zimbabwe,and University of Zimbabwe. He holds a B.A. degree in Economics from University of Pretroia, an M.A. in Economics from University of Zimbabwe, and  a Ph.D. Economics from University of Pretoria, South Africa. His research interests include international trade, regional trade integration, monetary economics, agriculture and food security, and climate change.