Dr. Monica Lambon-Quayefio is a Lecturer at the Department of Economics, at the University of Ghana. Her research focuses broadly on human development issues. Specific areas of research
interest include health economics, spatial econometrics, development and experimental economics. Her recent work is focused on neonatal and infant mortality, as well as impact evaluations
of remittances on savings and investment in education and asset accumulation. She has published articles in the IDS Bulletin, Health Economics Review and the Applied Health Economics and Health Policy Journals. She holds a doctorate degree in Economics from Clark University, USA where she also received her Master’s degree in Economics. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with Mathematics from the University of Ghana in 2006.
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