Aimable Nsabimana


Dr. Aimable Nsabimana is a researcher and lecturer at the University of Rwanda (UR), College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM), department of Agricultural Economics. He holds PhD in economics from the department of Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Uppsala, Sweden.

His research interests include Development and Agricultural Economics, Applied Economics and Spatial Econometrics. Specifically, he has expertise in using the household survey data, including Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS), to analyse welfare effects of different interventions and policies. His teaching load include: Econometrics, Mathematics for Economist and Microeconomics. In addition, Dr. Aimable has acquired advanced skills in using Stata, R, QGIS, Eviews and SPSS among other statistical, spatial and econometric software packages.

As part of the Rwandan research team in the SHLC project, the role of Aimable is to examine the causal effects of the urbanization on the welfare of the city dwellers (mainly focusing on Health and education). As Economist, Aimable is responsible for the activities related to quantitative analysis, from data collection, data entry, estimations and discussion.