16 Jan 2020


Job Title/Academic rank :
Assistant Lecturer
School :
School of Economics
Phone Number :
E-mail :
Biography :
Mr. Ferdinand NKIKABAHIZI is Assistant Lecturer at the University of Rwanda, College of Business and Economics, School of Economics, from 2015 till now.

Ferdinand NKIKABAHIZI has got a Bachelor of Economics in 2012, from National University of Rwanda, a Masters in Economics from University Of Rwanda in 2014 .
Before working as Assistant Lecturer at University of Rwanda, School of Economics , Ferdinand was full time assistant lecturer and academic secretary at Catholic University of Rwanda (CUR) from 2012 to 2015, prior to these positions, Ferdinand was Project Director of a project sponsored by CIRWA (2008-2011), Ferdinand was also a teacher at secondary school of Brother Maristes (TTC SAVE), 2004-2008 and a clerk of the court between 2000 and 2004 at Save District level.

Ferdinand has attended many trainings that increased his skills and professional experiences such as Using statistics and softwares in research by Birmingham City University, Integrating ICT in teaching & learning, Conducting and supervising scientific research, Taking care of poorest families and enhancing their living conditions via establishing Income generating activities , children and vulnerable peoples in general, Insurance life / SONARWA, Mentorship on Paper writing skills – at Jonkoping International Business School (JIBS), SWEDEN, Gender and economic policy management initiative (GEPMI)

Ferdinand is smart, time conscious, hardworking, patient and is able to work efficiently and effectively.

Areas of research interest :

Microeconomics & Macroeconomics

Publications :

Topic : « Operational audit and cost allocation on organizational performance in selected industries - Kigali, Rwanda » International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, Vol. 4, No.2 of June. 2014.

Topic : « Relationship between Inflation and Real Economic Growth in Rwanda » Studies on Economic Development and Growth in Selected African Countries. ISBN : 978-981-10-4450-2, 978-981-10-4451-9 , Springer , Singapore, pp 103-122. Copyright 2017.

Topic « Monetary policy and economic growth in Rwanda.1998-2013. An econometric analysis using equilibrium model » In the hands of international reviewers – EARP Series

Topic « Balance of trade – Economic Growth nexus in Panel of East Africa Community member countries » A paper presented in 4-th EABEW Conference and accepted for publication by Macmillan Palgrave in 2018.

Topic : Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in Rwanda : The Role of administrative data inclusion. Rwanda Handbook of Economic and Social Policy, Volume I, January 2018. ISSN 1403-0462 , ISBN 978-91-86345-78-5


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