My primary research interest is in the area of economic demography with the intersection of environmental and agricultural economics. My publications focused on modeling the adoption decisions of small-scale farmers’ improved technologies in Tanzania with a focus on soil conservation technologies, land governance, inorganic fertilizers, herbicides, and improved maize seeds.
Jovin is a Ph.D. student in the Applied Economics Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Jovin is also a Jean Kinsey, Mary A., and Robert B. Litterman Fellow. Jovin is affiliated with the Impact Evaluation Laboratory at Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF), Tanzania; and Environment for Development Tanzania (EfDT), University of Dar es Salaam.