John Loeser

John is a Young Professional (Economist) in Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) at the World Bank. He completed his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley in 2019.

Content by John Loeser
  • Project

    Technology adoption and market access: On-farm agribusinesses in Rwanda

    There are mechanisms and constraints that prevent subsistence farmers in Rwanda's large-scale hillside irrigation sites from transitioning to “farming-as-a-business" — producing high-value, export-oriented crops. Thus, in line with Rwanda's Ministry of Agriculture (MINAGRI), this research study is focused on finding pathways that ensure the sustainability of irrigation...

    10 Sep 2021 | John Loeser, Florence Kondylis

  • Project

    Diagnosing constraints in Rwanda's agricultural market

    As the Government of Rwanda continues to deliver policies for post-COVID recovery, analytics that diagnose constraints in key sectors and inform progress of programmes have the potential to enhance the effectiveness of the overall strategy in policy response. The World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) team aims to support this response through remote data...

    1 Dec 2020 | Florence Kondylis, John Loeser