“Trying to describe what we do is tough. A better way might be to look at our work.”

Ms. Grace Wilson is a development economist with an MPhil in Economics from the University of Ghana. She is a research assistant at the Institute of Statistical, Social, and Economic Research. She is also the project assistant for the Data Repository and Advocacy for Policy Project, where she is responsible for supporting the ongoing administrative and technical work of the project. She brings three years of administrative and research experience to her roles as a research and project assistant. Her research interests lie at the intersection of economics, agriculture, health, and development. Her most recent research has focused on exploring the implications of fertility outcomes on human capital investments.

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GRACE WILSON