University of Dschang, Cameroon
Early Academic Pursuits:
Ronald Djeunankan Nougan embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor's degree in Development Economics from the University of Dschang, Cameroon, graduating in July 2018. His commitment to the field continued with a successful completion of the Master M. Sc. in International Economics from the same institution in July 2021. His academic prowess was evident early on, as he achieved GCE advanced level in Economics from GBHS Dschang, Cameroon, in July 2016.
Since November 2021, His diligently pursuing his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Dschang, specializing in the Department of Analysis and Economic Policy. His dedication to academia is further underscored by his role as a tutorial instructor in the Faculty of Economics and Management at the University of Dschang from 2022 to 2023. This experience not only showcases his commitment to education but also highlights his ability to impart knowledge to others.
Contributions and Research Focus:
His primary research interests lie in Development Economics, Environmental Economics, Energy Economics, International Economics, and Macroeconomics. As a Ph.D. candidate, he is actively engaged in exploring and contributing to these fields. His proficiency in statistical and econometric software, including Stata and Eviews, positions him as an advanced user capable of conducting complex analyses. He has a solid grasp of empirical methods, such as Cointegration regression, Dynamic estimation, Instrumental Variable Two Stage Least Square, and Panel Vector Autoregressive Models, among others.
Accolades and Recognition:
In 2019-2020, His earned distinction by being nominated among the five best students in the Faculty of Economics and Management at the University of Dschang. Additionally, in 2022, he participated in the International Conference on Development Economics (ICDE) in Clermont Ferrand, France, further solidifying his presence in the academic community.
Impact and Influence:
Through his role as a tutorial instructor and participation in international conferences, His begun to make a mark in the academic sphere. His contributions to the field of economics and his dedication to teaching indicate a potential for significant impact on both students and the broader academic community.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
His continues his Ph.D. journey, his early achievements and commitment to academia suggest a promising future. His proficiency in various econometric techniques and software, coupled with his diverse research interests, positions him to contribute meaningfully to the understanding of economic phenomena. It is likely that his legacy will include not only advancements in economic research but also the mentorship of future economists.
Remittances and energy poverty: fresh evidence from developing countries
R Djeunankan, H Njangang, S Tadadjeu, B Kamguia
Do remittances improve access to safe drinking water and sanitation in developing countries?
R Tsafack, R Djeunankan
Does information and communication technologies affect economic complexity?
HT Oumbé, R Djeunankan, AM Ndzana
Women’s Political Participation and Energy Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Effects and Transmission Channels
D Tadadjeu, S Tadadjeu, H Njangang 1, R Djeunankan
Does economic complexity enhance governance quality in Africa?
R Djeunankan, B Kamguia, S Tadadjeu
How does economic complexity improve energy efficiency? Mechanism discussion and empirical test
R Djeunankan, H Njangang, H Tékam
Linking energy poverty and industrialization: Empirical evidence from African countries
R Djeunankan, S Tadadjeu, B Kamguia
Examining the Effect of Economic Complexity on Energy Poverty in Developing Countries
R Djeunankan, H Njangang, HT Oumbé
Does financial development contribute to the achievement of the “Zero Hunger” goal in Africa?
G Fokam, S Tadadjeu, B Kamguia, R Djeunankan