Department appoints four new Research Associates

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2014-02-18

Dr. Alexander Moradi, Dr. Trudy Owens, Dr. Stephen Taylor, and Dr. Francis Teal were recently appointed as Research Associates in the Department of Economics. The four new appointees join our six existing Associates - Julius Agbor, Leigh Gardner, Martine Mariotti, Caryn Bredenkamp, Mariné Erasmus and Ramos Mabugu - and will serve a three-year term.

Alex Moradi is a development economist and economic historian at the University of Sussex, UK. His research has mostly investigated the causes and consequences of undernutrition and poor health in developing countries.Trudy Owens is a development economist at the University of Nottingham, UK. Her primary focus is on poverty, growth and non-governmental organisations of African countries. Stephen Taylor is an education expert in South Africa's Department of Education. He is also a former PhD student in the Department, and his research continues his interest in South Africa's underperforming education system. Read an interview with him here. Francis Teal was the Deputy Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies at Oxford University from 1996 to 2012. His focus is on the analysis of firms and labour markets in Africa.

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