Pierre E. Biscaye
PhD Candidate in Agricultural & Resource Economics | University of California at Berkeley
Hello, I am PhD candidate in Agricultural & Resource Economics at UC Berkeley. I study microeconomics in the context of agriculture, environment, gender, and energy in developing countries, primarily exploiting natural experiments and publicly available data to conduct empirical research.
I have a Master's of Public Administration with a concentration on International Development from the University of Washington Evans School, and a BA in International Studies from Whitworth University. I was a Research & Strategic Initiatives Manager at the Evans School Policy Analysis & Research Group (EPAR), and before that worked for non-profit organizations on projects in East and West Africa. I have worked in Burkina Faso, Burundi, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, and Tanzania on a variety of development projects, and growing up lived for 10 years in Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, and Cambodia. My greatest joy comes from being a papa to my two young daughters.
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