PhD Student, Agricultural and Consumer Economics Department, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (August, 2019 – ongoing)
M.S., Agricultural and Applied Economics, Mississippi State University, MS (August 2019)
M.Phil. (Economics), University of Cape Coast, Ghana (May 2015) with collaborative Masters Program (CMAP), Kenya School of Monetary Studies, Sept. 2015
B.A. (Economics), University of Cape Coast, Ghana (May 2012)
Petrolia, D. R., Nyanzu, F., Cebrian, J., Harri, A., Amato, J., & Walton, W. C. (2020). Eliciting expert judgment to inform management of diverse oyster resources for multiple ecosystem services. Journal of Environmental Management, 268, 110676.
Nyanzu, F., Peprah, J. A., & Ayayi, A. G. (2019). Regulation, Outreach, and Sustainability of Microfinance
Institutions in SubSaharan Africa: A Multilevel Analysis. Journal of Small Business Management, 57(sup2), 200-217.
Nyanzu, F. (2019). Optimal portfolio design to manage oyster resources.
Nyanzu, F., & Quaidoo, M. (2017). Access to Finance Constraint and SMEs Functioning in Ghana.
Nunoo, J., & Nyanzu, F. (2017). Dietary pattern, socioeconomic status and child health outcomes in Ghana: application of multilevel analysis.
Nyanzu, F., & Adarkwah, J. (2016). Effect of Power Supply on the performance of Small and Medium
Size Enterprises: A comparative analysis between SMEs in Tema and the Northern part of Ghana.
Courses Taught (if any):
Teaching Assistant: ACE 261 (Applied Statistical Methods), ACE, UIUC (Fall 2019, Spring 2020)
Adjunct lecturer: Business Statistics I & II, Ghana Technology University College, Takoradi Campus (March 2016-June 2017)
Tutor: Elements of Microeconomics I & II, College of Distance Education (Code), University of Cape Coast, Ghana (March 2016-June 2017)
Short Term Field Research Consultant, Directorate of Research, Innovation, and Consultancy (DRIC), University of University of Cape Coast, Ghana. (Aug, 2015 – Dec, 2016)
Research Intern and Data Analyst, Microfinance Unit, Department of Applied Economics, School of Economics, University of Cape Coast, Ghana. (Jun, 2015 – Jan, 2016)
Selected Conference Presentations:
Frederick Nyanzu (February 2019). “Optimal Portfolio Design to Manage Oyster Resources”, Southern Agricultural Economics Association (SAEA) Annual Meeting, Birmingham, Alabama
Frederick Nyanzu (November 2018). “Optimal Portfolio Design to Manage Oyster Resources”, Bays and Bayous Symposium, Mississippi-Alabama.
Nunoo, J., & Nyanzu, F. (2017). Dietary pattern, socioeconomic status and child health outcomes in Ghana: application of multilevel analysis. Centre for the Study of African Economies CSAE Conference 2017: Economic Development in Africa. St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, UK. (March 2017).
Languages: English (Fluent), Twi (Fluent)
Personal Website link: https://sites.google.com/view/frednyanzu/