Institution [ Date from - Date to ] Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained: UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, UK 1998-2002 PHD In International Trade and Policy Analysis, University of Manitoba, Canada (1992-1994) M.A. International Trade and Finance University of Botswana, (1987-1991) B.A Economics
Botswiri Oupa Tsheko has served (for 25 years) as both Researcher and consultant on regional economic integration. I have made significant contributions to the Macroeconomic Policy of the SADC Region. As a Macroeconomist and Trade Policy analyst in particular, he has developed a Regional CGE model for SADC to conduct quantitative policy analysis on different economic sectors in the region.
ECO 221: Intermediate Microeconomics for Non-Majors ECO112: Basic Macroeconomics ECO 222: Intermediate Macroeconomics for Non-Majors ECO 421: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Computable General Equlibrium Modelling, International Trade Theory and Policy Issues, Public Policy Analysis, Macroeconomic Policy Analysis, International Finance.
SUSTAINING ECONOMIC GROWTH IN BOTSWANA IN THE FACE OF PERSISTENT BUDGET DEFICITS MONETARY POLICY TO BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TRADE OPENNESS AND FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT CGE TRADE POLICY ANALYSIS FDI AND ECONOMIC GROWTH NEXUS IN SADC: DOES NATURAL RESOURCE ENDOWMENT MATTER?
Tsheko, B.O and Scott McDonald (2015) Impact Assessment of the SADC FTA on SACU Member States: A CGE Analysis. Vol1 No:1, 2015: 1-27.(My contribution is 50%) Tsheko, B.O. (2020) Can Cash Transfer Promote Rural Economy? A CGE Analysis of the Botswana Economy- Under Review Tsheko, B.O. (2020) Is Botswana a Corporate Welfare State: The Impact on Poverty, Growth, and Income Distribution in Botswana