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Kaku Attah Damoah


Kaku’s research examines poverty reduction strategies through household enterprise development, analysing how household enterprises react to various kinds of external shocks and policies. He brings that experience to UNICEF Innocenti to map out heterogeneity in household vulnerability, as well as to analyse the impact of cash transfer on vulnerable household resilience to shocks. Previously, he was a Research Fellow at the University of Florence and received his Ph.D in Economics from University of Trento.
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