Mathieu Ouédraogo

Dr Mathieu Ouédraogo is a Scientist at the CGIAR Research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), West Africa regional Program, based at ICRISAT-Bamako (Mali).

He holds a bachelor degree in Agronomy and an Engineer degree in Agrocultural Economics from the Hassan II Agronomic and Veterinary Institute (Morocco), a master’s degree in Development, Environment and Societies from the University of Liège (Belgium) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso).

Prior to this position, he was a visiting scientist for CCAFS West Africa regional program, ICRISAT, between 2013 and 2014. Before joining ICRISAT, he worked as a researcher in Agricultural Economics at the Institute for Environmental and Agricultural Research (INERA) in Burkina Faso from 2000 to 2013 where he was responsible for socio-economic research of the research program on natural resources management and farming system in Western of INERA.

His area of expertise includes : (i) climate change and agriculture (perception, adaptation and economic impact), (ii) farm management, (iii) adoption and impact of agricultural technologies, (iv) economics of environment and natural resources, (v) value chain analysis.

Dr Mathieu Ouédraogo has published several papers on climate change, agriculture and natural resources.

Some recent papers : 

Ouédraogo M., Ouédraogo D., Thiombiano T., Hien M., Lykke A-M., 2013. Dépendance économique aux produits forestiers non ligneux : cas des ménages riverains des forêts de Boulon et de Koflandé au Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development - JAEID 2013, 107 (1): 45 - 72.

Ouédraogo M., 2012. Impact des changements climatiques sur les revenus agricoles au Burkina Faso. Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development - JAEID 2012, 106 (1): 3-21.

Sanou K.F., Nacro S., Ouédraogo M., Ouédraogo S., Kaboré-Zoungrana C., 2011.  La commercialisation de fourrages en zone urbaine de Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso) : pratiques marchandes et rentabilité économique, Cahiers Agricultures. vol. 20, n°6, pp487-93, doi : 10.1684/agr.2011.0530.

Ouédraogo M., Dembélé Y., Somé L., 2010. Perceptions et stratégies d’adaptation aux changements des précipitations : cas des paysans du Burkina Faso, Science et Changements planétaires/Sécheresse. vol. 21, n°2, pp : 87-96, John Libbey Eurotext, 2010.

Molua L. E, Benhin J, Kabubo-Mariara J, Ouedraogo M, El-Marsafawy S. 2010. Global climate change and vulnerability of African agriculture: implications for resilience and sustained productive capacity, Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture. 49 (3): 183-211

Kurukulasuriya P., Mendelsohn R., Hassan R., Benhin J., Deressa T., Diop M., Eid Helmy M., Fosu K. Y., Gbetibouo G., Jain S., Mahamadou A., Mano R., Kabubo-Mariara J., El-Marsafawy S., Molua E., Ouda S., Ouedraogo M., Séne I., Maddison D., Seo S. N. & Dinar A., 2006. « Will African Agriculture Survive Climate Change? », World Bank Economic Review, 2006, vol. 20, issue 3, pages 367-388.