Oxford Department of International Development
Queen Elizabeth House
3 Mansfield Road
Christopher Adam’s research falls into three themes: the macroeconomics of Africa, growth and structural change in low-income countries, and the economics and political economy of aid.
He is currently studying transportation costs, food markets and structural transformation in Tanzania. Christopher is the Lead Academic for the International Growth Centre (IGC) in Tanzania, which covers research on growth, macroeconomics, agriculture and trade aimed at supporting and informing economic policy debates in Tanzania.
C.S.Adam (2011) “On the Macroeconomic Management of Food Price Shocks in Low-income Countries” Journal of African Economies vol 20(S1) pp 63-99.
C.S.Adam, D.J.Kwimbere, W.Mbowe and S.A. O’Connell (2012) “Food Prices and Inflation Dynamics in Tanzania”. IGC Working Paper (forthcoming). This paper will be available shortly.