About Me
Welcome to my webpage. I am currently an Assistant Professor of Economics at Wesleyan University.
I completed my PhD degree in Economics at the University of Washington, Seattle. My current research focuses on understanding the impact of the informal sector on fiscal and monetary policy, the welfare impact of labor mobility in a currency union and the determinants of the duration of sudden stops.

I am a citizen of the Land of Upright People, also known as Burkina Faso. I am the founder Botiminto, a non profit organization providing educational support to primary school students in Burkina Faso. I am also the co-founder of Alkebu Style, a clothing social enterprise designed to provide economic opportunity to skilled tailors in Burkina Faso. The enterprise sells various handmade clothing items from Burkina Faso and part of the proceeds are donated to Botiminto.

I am an avid dancer (Afrobeats, Semba, Kizomba) and I enjoy cooking and exercising.

Fields of Interest
International Economics
Macroeconomics & Monetary Economics
Growth & Development Economics

Contact Information
Email: mbandaogo@wesleyan.edu
Mahama A. Samir S. Bandaogo

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