B.Sc (Economics) from University of Malawi’s (UNIMA) Chancellor College
M.A. (Economics – In view) from UNIMA, Chancellor College
Assistant lecturer at The Catholic University of Malawi for 4 years (2015-2019).
Edward Masoambeta is an Economist, currently a lecturer at The Catholic University of Malawi. He is tasked with formulating exams, marking and supervising dissertations on top of lecturing in class, his vast knowledge in Economics, Monitoring and Evaluation, Project Management and most importantly Econometrics which is a powerful tool for research is key to the successful career thus far enjoyed.
He has so far researched on the following; “Impact of central bank independence on financial sector development in Malawi”, (2013); “Time series quantitative data using STATA” – (unpublished), and “How significant is the gender disparity in Malawi towards economic development”. (2016). Journal of Catholic University of Malawi (JOCUNIMA) vol. 2.
With special planning and organizing skills, analytical and problem-solving skills, team work abilities, proposal writing skills, data analysis skills, fluent in both (spoken and written) English and Chichewa, with sound leadership skills, Edward is a serving patron of the Economics Association of The Catholic University of Malawi.
Currently, he is working on, “the impact of farm input subsidy programme on youth employment in Malawi”, as an awardee of the prestigious CARE fellowship funded by IFAD and being implemented by IITA.