Carlo Azzarri is a Senior Research Fellow at IFPRI. Prior to joining IFPRI, Carlo was a team member of the Living Standard Measurements Study (LSMS) of the research group (poverty and inequality) at the World Bank. He was also a member of the Rural Income Generating Activities (RIGA) team at FAO, where he served as consultant on agricultural development research topics, analyzing data and co-authoring research papers. In his works he studied poverty, nutrition, food security, agriculture, and migration, carrying on micro as well as macroeconomic analysis, both at a quantitative (through statistical and econometric analysis) and a qualitative level. He has extensive experience in analyzing household survey microdata and indicators, computing indices, managing large databases, and writing reports and papers. Carlo received the Ph.D. and Master’s degree in Economics from University of Rome -Tor Vergata, and the BA in Economics and Business from University of Rome -La Sapienza.
Oct 25, 2017 to Oct 27, 2017• 2017 ReSAKSS Annual Conference - A Thriving Agricultural Sector in A Changing Climate: Meeting Malabo Declaration Goals through Climate-Smart Agriculture
Aug 11, 2017• Feed the Future DATATHON
Oct 8, 2014 to Oct 10, 2014• 2014 ReSAKSS Annual Conference - Promoting Agricultural Trade to Enhance Resilience