Mr. David W. Nerubucha


David W. Nerubucha is a Lecturer of Economics. His major interest is in analyzing policy for sustainable development applied to transition economies and currently working on completing his PhD research entitled: Impact evaluation of rural water supply to Sinyerere villages, Kenya (Thesis) at Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.. This motivation of the research is borne out of the fact that the main feature of development from any perspective is the availability and provision of clean drinking water. Other areas of interest and specialty include agriculture, agribusiness, resource and environmental economics. He has previously worked as a researcher at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., to assess the potential of future productivity for the Medium Term Agricultural Development Project, (MTADP), for the 1991-1995 time-period and made recommendations for increased multilateral aid for Ghana’s agricultural sector for rural development. The product, Working paper No. 21, is an analytical reference on Ghana’s success story of the adaption of the Structural Adjustment Programme. He has taught and mentored students in economics. and helped create the USIU PhD operational policy program in the Academic and Research Committee, (ARC), of the Faculty Council and involved setting up Baccalaureate program in Economics. He has been a member of Educational Effectiveness and a group leader in the review of IBA programs . Instrumental member for Disability & Special Needs USIU policy committee. He is a member of ResearchGate, a consortium of reviewers and publishers

Academic Degrees;

B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics, Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio, U.S.A., June 1983.

M.Sc. in Social and Applied Economics, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., December, 1988


Journal Articles;


ECO 1010; ECO1020; ECO5050; IBA 4020

Managerial Economics – ECO 6010

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