Chrispin Mphuka

Chrispin Mphuka is a lecturer of econometrics and microeconomics at the University of Zambia. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Cape Town and a Masters of Science degree in economics and econometrics from the University of Manchester. His current research interest is in applied micro econometrics with focus on Small and medium enterprises in Africa and poverty.

Researcher's Grant Projects

This project uses a unique firm level dataset to investigate the effects of movements in the exchange rates and changes in tariff on the responsiveness of exports and imports.
Researchers: Chrispin Mphuka, Dale Mudenda, Joseph Simumba
Grants Round: Special ERG - LIC #3
Country: Zambia
This project examines potential switching costs for borrowers of formal credit and the impact of these costs on the competitiveness of the lending market.
Researchers: Chrispin Mphuka, Joseph Simumba, Mashekwa Maboshe
Grants Round: 2nd Round
Country: Zambia