I am from Vienna, Austria. I completed a BA in Cultural and Social Anthropology in Austria and the U.S.A. and a BEd in Education. During this time I was chair of the student union, passionately advocating for innovation and equality in higher education. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant in the US and as a College Professor in Vienna. I am now a MSc student in Socioeconomics at the University of Business and Economics in Vienna.
Amanda Akemi Ribeiro
BA in International Relations from UFRJ (Brazil). Amanda is interested in Development Economics, Economics of Innovation, Science and Technology Policy, particularly in understanding the role of the State in leading Economic growth through innovation.
I am an undergraduate student at the University of Aberdeen in Economics and History.
I am a MA Political Economy student at Kingston University
Josie McCauley is an Economic major at Colorado College. She has taken 10 courses in the field to date, ranging from the Economics of Higher Education to Econometrics, and worked as a teaching assistant for a Personal Finance course. She is involved in Women in Business and has a passion for making economics more accessible and less jargonized.
is working as a research and teaching assistant and is a PhD student at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart. She has studied in Würzburg, Seville, Stuttgart and Singapore and holds a Master's degree in International Business and Economics.
During my study of sociology in Vienna, I have already dealt with multiple approaches of economics. I am very interested in continuing my education in this area. I am preparing my dissertation project which will deal with socio-economic problems.
I have a BA in Economics (Hons) from Azim Premji University (APU). My minor was Media, Society, and Development. I am fluent in English, Telugu, Hindi, and German. Economics as a subject is intellectually fascinating and challenging. Dynamically combining complex economic theories and ideas and presenting them in an accessible form is what I want to pursue. Exploring Economics matches my interest here.
As a part of the Economics course in APU, I chose ‘Political Economy’ ‘Development Economics’, ‘Econometric methods’, ‘Indian Economy’, ‘Economic Philosophy and Reasoning’ and ‘Labour Economics’. These courses have trained me towards comprehending economic problems with logical rigor without losing sight of history, politics, institutions and most importantly, people. This also trained me towards understanding and presenting needful and impactful research.
Being interested in issues of inequality, unemployment, jobless growth, the role of the state in development, gender and production relations, this platform will help me achieve this because of its diversity in research presented and the team itself. I wish to become part of the Editorial team with Level B of engagement.
Kristin Dilani Nadarajah
I am from Norway and I have a BSc in Economics from University of York, and about to start my master's degree this fall in economics with the EPOG joint masters program. Last year I also took a course in History of Economic Thought in Mexico. I am currently enrolled in a one-year course in Media Studies at the University of Oslo. Outside university, I am active in a Norwegian environmental and development organisation, where I contribute to increasing the competence in alternative economics, both within the organisation and towards the public.
I am from Albania. I have a bachelor degree in Economics and Finance from European University of Tirana and also a Master of Science in Banking and Financial markets. My academic orientation is based on political economy and monetary innovations. I consider myself a blockchain enthusiast and also a cryptocurrency evangelist.
Currently, I am taking courses in some universities around the world from Leiden University, Hong Kong University of Technology and Science, Columbia University, University of Western Australia, l 'University of Colorado, University of Amsterdam, etc., throughout online courses. These courses range from topics related to political economy, international banking, monetary policy to topics related to sociology, agricultural economics, world energy trade, water resources management and statistics and econometrics.
Actually I work for Albanian Financial Supervision Authority, with tasks on financial education campaign.
I hold an International Joint Master in Sustainable Territorial Development, an interdisciplinary course across four different universities and countries (Padova, IT - Leuven, BE - Paris, FR – Campo Grande, BR). As part of the program, I carried out an internship in Brazil at Banco Palmas, the first and major community bank of the country. Previously I graduated in Political, Social and International Sciences at the University of Bologna. Both my bachelor and master thesis were focused on the topic of sustainable economics: an economic system with environmental and social issues at its core, and above all, that aims at ensuring wellbeing within planetary boundaries.
Minh Nam Pham
Currently an undergraduate student at the University of Tsukuba, Japan, majoring in International Studies with Economics specialization
Coming from a biological background, I am on a quest to untangle the interdisciplinary web of biology, sociology and economics. To mention only a few highly interesting topics:
1. Economisation and financialisation of Nature
2. Notion of work
3. War, disaster, terrorism & economics
She is making her way into the world of economics, trying to connect the dots from an engineer to manager to an economist. An ambitious & a constant student of inquisitiveness and an ardent supporter of an interdisciplinary approach to public policies.
She is working at UNDP-India in monitoring and evaluation. She completed Advanced Studies in International Economics from Kiel Institute, Germany. Earlier, she had worked for 7 years in Business Development, Planning & Economic Studies for an Indian public sector oil & gas Fortune 500 company 'Indian Oil Corporation Limited'.
I am a Nigerian, of the Yoruba tribe, my parents are from Osun state. I lived most of my years in Lagos state. I studied Economics at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Nigeria (B.Sc).
I am motivated to join the Exploring Economics Editorial Team because of the may resources that I have access to and would love to share with the global audience. I believe there is a lot of knowledge that needs to be shared and discoveries that need to be made in the field of economics, and here is an opportunity to join a global community of editors with similar interests to help build a better economics education especially for the benefit of everyone.
Sumair is a senior studying economics and statistics with a passion for using data to discover solutions to private and public sector challenges. His extensive experience within the non-profit sector and interests in social and economic development have allowed him to gain a unique perspective on challenges in the developing world. Sumair hopes to return to graduate school to obtain his master's in economics and a master's in either business administration or public policy. Beginning the summer of 2020, Sumair will be joining Goldman Sachs as a full-time analyst within the Consumer and Investment Management Division in a strategy and analytics capacity.
Dr. Zeqiraj, a Fulbright Scholar, he holds PhD in Financial Economics at Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University in Turkey. He is a teaching assistant at the University of Prishtina- Faculty of Economics and he works in the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo as a Senior Advisor. Prior to joining the University of Prishtina, he has served in many functions in the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo, starting as an Examiner in the Insurance and Pension Supervision Department from 2007-2009, and then becoming the Head of Supervision Division for Pensions and Market Securities from 2010-2014. Veton has attended many conferences, seminars, and workshops in many institutions, such as the Bank of England, Banca D'Italia, Deutsche Bundesbank, Joint Vienna Institute (JVI), and IOPS.