Dr. Seid Nuru Ali

Country of current residence

Ethiopia

Current position

Senior Researcher

Current institute employer

Ethiopian Economic Association

Since

2011

Previous positions

2008 - 2011 Senior researcher at ZEF

Profession

Economist

Degrees / expertise

PhD in Economics (2007), University of Göttingen, Germany;

MSc in Economic Policy Analysis (2000), Addis Ababa Universty, Ethiopia;

BA in Economics (1996/97), Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Professional experience

See CV

2012

Nuru Ali Seid.  2012.  Climate Change and Economic Growth in a Rain-Fed Economy: How Much Does Rainfall Variability Cost Ethiopia?.  EEA Working Paper Series, . Further Information

2011

S. Nuru and H. Seebens.  2011.  The Impact of Location on Crop Choice and Rural Livelihood: Evidences from Villages from Northern Ethiopia.  Ethiopian Journal of Economics, 20 (2) . Further Information

2010

Ali, S.N..  2010.  Education as a Means of Smooth Rural-Urban Migration: Some Evidences from Ethiopia.  Ethiopian Journal of Economics, 19 (1) : 1-27 .

2007

Ali, S.  2007.  Rural Livelihood, Migration, and Human Capital Formation: The Ethiopian Case.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Ecomincs, University of Göttingen.  Further Information

2004

Seid Nuru (with Berhanu Nega).  2004.  Determinants of Low Growth in Ethiopia: Beyond Traditional Factors. 

1999

Ali, S. N..  1999.  Regional Development in Ethiopia. 
Seid Nuru (with Berhanu Nega).  1999.  Macroeconomic Performance of the Ethiopian Economy: 1991-98. 

1997

Ali, S. N.  1997.  Fiscal Federalism in Ethiopia.  In Economic Focus, 1(3), .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Renewable energy
Research countries
  • Ethiopia
Professional experience

See CV

Degrees

PhD in Economics (2007), University of Göttingen, Germany;

MSc in Economic Policy Analysis (2000), Addis Ababa Universty, Ethiopia;

BA in Economics (1996/97), Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Seid Nuru Ali

Former Senior Researcher

Former Department:
ZEF B: Department of Economic and Technological Change