Dr. Nakuja conducts research on the economics of agriculture, food security and trade policy issues pertaining to agriculture and agrifood. Some of his recent works include trade implications of U.S. Food Safety Modernisation Act, market potential for pulses in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, climate change and food security in developing countries.
Nakuja is a graduate of University of Ghana and University of Saskatchewan. He holds MSc (2010-2012) and PhD (2012-2017) degrees in Agricultural Economics from University of Saskatchewan in Canada. He also studied at The University of British Columbia in Canada under the Western Deans’ Agreement as part of his doctoral coursework. Nakuja holds BSc Agriculture (2002-2006) and MPhil Agricultural Economics (2007-2009) from University of Ghana, Legon.
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