Luc Christiaensen is a Senior Economist in the Development Research Group of the World Bank. He takes a keen interest in issues related to poverty and food security, the rural-urban transformation, and project impact evaluation. He has worked in the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management and Sustainable Development Departments of the Africa and East Asia and Pacific Region. He was a core member of the 2008 World Development Report “Agriculture for Development” and a Senior Research Fellow at the United Nations University-WIDER in Helsinki during 2009-2010. He has a PhD in agricultural economics from Cornell University.
- Violences domestiques et pauvreté en Afrique : quand les coups du mari ont la douceur du miel
- Domestic Violence and Poverty in Africa: When the Husband’s Beating Stick is Like Butter
- L’Afrique est en plein essor ! Mais le sort des Africains s’est-il amélioré ?
- Africa is rising! But are people better off?
- Killing the Zombie Statistic: Women Contribute 60-80 Percent of Labor in African Agriculture
- Agriculture in Africa – Telling Facts from Myths
- Urbanization? Of course! But how?
- To measure poverty over time, we need to do more!