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Aimable Nsabimana

Aimable Nsabimana
Aimable Nsabimana is currently a PhD Candidate at SLU, Economics Department in Agricultural and Food Economics group. Prior to joining SLU, Aimable was an Assistant Lecturer at University of Rwanda, in the Department of Agricultural Economics



(i) Teaching Experience: Bachelor courses

Mathematical for Economics

Introduction to Econometrics

Intermediate Microeconomics

Advanced Microeconomics

(ii) Teaching Experience: Master courses





His Research interest is mainly in Resource and food economics, Welfare analysis, Development Economics and Applied Econometrics

Environmental analysis

He is Enviromental friend person, who at some point restrict his meat consumption with aim of reducing environmental damage.


Aimable is a cooperative person, know how to live and integrate with everyone in a new community. He can adjust to any new environment and job conditions


Aimable Nsabimana is a Rwandan by  Nationality. He is married with Ms. Petronille M. Nkuranga and have three Children: Aimee INEZA Christelle, Aime ISHEMA Chris and Aimable IGABA

Education Background

2014-2018: Ongoing PhD program in Economics

Department of Economics

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)- Sweden

 2011-2013: Msc. Masters of Science in Development Economics

            Development Economics

            Wageningen University, The Netherlands

2005-2009: BA in Business- Economics with Education (BEE)

            University of Rwanda- College of Education

            Kigali- Rwanda

 Professional Experience

2009-2011: Tutorial Assistant Lecturer

Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development,

                   University of Rwanda (UR) at CAVM- Rubilizi Campus

2013-2014: Assistant Lecturer

Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development,

                   University of Rwanda (UR) at CAVM- Rubilizi Campus


Selected publications

1) Published papers

(i) Nsabimana, A., & Habimana, O. (2017). Asymmetric effects of rainfall on food crop prices: evidence from Rwanda. Environmental Economics (open-access), 8(3), 137-149.

(ii) Hatab, A. A., & Nsabimana, A. (2016). A Dynamic Analysis of Egyptian Orange Exports to Russia: A Co-integration Analysis. Agricultural Economics Review, 17(2), 38

2) Revised and Resubmitted

(i) A. Nsabimana, (2018): Is change worth it? The effects of adopting modern agricultural inputs on household welfare in Rwanda (2017).

3) Working and submitted papers

(i) A. Nsabimana, JT. Mensah & Y. Surry.(2017) : Analysis of Food Demand patterns Using Tanzanian household data: A comparison of responses from unit values and community prices Presented for EAAE PhD workshop 8th -10th November, 2017 in Barcelona

(ii) A. Nsabimana, Y. Surry, R.B. Swain & J.C. Ngabitsinze. (2018): Income and food Engel Curves in Rwanda: A household microdata analysis.

(iii) A. Nsabimana & F.M. Amakwa (2017): Does Mobile Phone technology reduce agricultural price distortions? Evidence from Cocoa and Coffee industry.

Extern resurs at the Department of Economics; Agricultural and Food Economics
Postal address:
Box 7013
750 07 Uppsala
Visiting address: Ulls hus, Ulls väg 27, 756 51 Ultuna, Uppsala