Isabelle Bonjean is currently working on the SUFISA project as a post-doctoral researcher. She holds a Ph.D from the University of Namur (2015) where she specialized in Development Economics. During her Ph.D she had the opportunity to travel extensively in order to collect first-hand data mainly in Cameroon and Peru. This gave her the opportunity to run medium-sized survey and rigorous unique quantitative analysis, while collaborating with local NGO’s and Governments. She also had the opportunity to spend time at the University of Oxford, and in particular the Center for Study of African Economics, as a visiting researcher. Her main field of research and expertise goes from agricultural economics to applied econometrics, microeconomics and development economics. In particular, she has been working on various topics as agricultural innovations, market imperfections, the dairy sector and household econometrics, among others.