Bilisuma Dito (B..B.)
I am a Development Economist interested in studying individual’s well-being in their various familial, social, and normative contexts. Thematically, I study this by focusing on Africans in their origin countries or in migratory contexts. Methodologically, I am interested in interdisciplinary and mixed-methods research. I am also interested in bridging the gap between research and practice to enhance the social significance of my work by engaging in co-creation endeavors with policy makers and practitioners.
- Assistant Professor of Globalization and Development Studies
- Project Manager of Well-being, Women, and Work (3WE) Research Project
- Member of Transnational Migration Research Group (TMG)
- Member of Globalization, Transnationalism, and Development (GTD) Research Group