Caesar Cheelo

Caesar Cheelo joined ZIPAR in April 2015. He is an Economist with over 10 years of research and teaching experience. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Nairobi, Kenya and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Zambia. Caesar worked with COMESA Secretariat as a Macroeconomist and University of Zambia Department of Economics as a Lecturer. On a part-time basis, he served as an Associate Editor on the Zambia Social Sciences Journal (ZSSJ) and the Southern African Journal of Policy and Development (SAJPD), and ad hoc Technical Advisor to Equilibria Consulting Ltd. Caesar is an experienced people and research programme manager, having worked with senior staff at policy, academic, research and funding institutions. 

Works by this author

A Tale of Two Countries: Lessons from Zambia and Ghana in Engaging the IMF

Toward Stability and Growth: A Review of Pillar I & II of Zambia’s Economic Stabilisation and Growth Programme 2017-2019

In Further Pursuit of an IMF-Programme: Possible Pathways for Zambia and Lessons for Africa

“Blanket” Fuel and Electricity Subsidies Did Not Offer Much Benefit to Zambia’s Poor

China-Zambia Relations in Development Cooperation: Towards Concluding some Unfinished Business

Revisiting the Jobs Story: Employment Targeting in the Macroeconomic Framework

Financing the Economic Stabilization and Growth Programme (Zambia Plus) in the Shadow of the IMF

China-Africa Trade Developments and Impacts: Case of China-Zambia Relations

A Tightening Balancing Act: Economic Implications of Zambia's Balance of Payments Performance

Towards An Inflation Targeting Regime in Zambia

Casualisation Opinion Poll Report

Implications of the Global Commodity Price Slump for Zambia’s Agriculture Commentary

What do the COMESA Customs Union and COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area mean for Zambia’s import trade and trade tax revenue?

Flagship Project: More and Better Jobs

The Costs and Pricing of Tourism in Zambia: The Case of Livingstone

What do Regional Trade Reforms mean for Zambia?