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Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22

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Careers in Economics Webinar Series 2021-22

As part of our Careers in Economics Webinar Series, we will be hosting a careers journey webinar for Masters students interested in research-oriented careers after graduation.

About the talk

We will be talking to four Warwick Alumni: David Storey, Khaled Bastaki, Rati Hasgekar and Mariana Racimo. Speakers will cover academic pathways and research opportunities beyond the academy.

The panel will be introduced by Atisha Ghosh, Teaching Fellow and Academic Careers Coordinator and Alex Karalis Isaac, Director of Student Experience (MSc, EIFE and BES (Econ)) from the Department of Economics.

Please note that these events are for current students only. We will send you MS Teams joining details via email.

Thursday 1st July
Time: 10.00 – 11.00am (UK Time)
Virtual via MS Teams

Alumni Career Journeys

David Storey (Warwick Economics, MSc 2019) - currently Associate at the Economic Consulting Associates (ECA), starting PhD in WBS next year

Khaled Bastaki (Warwick Economics, MSc 2019) - currently PhD student University of Essex

Rati Hasgekar (Warwick Economics, MSc 2017) currently Economist at Reserve Bank of India

Mariana Racimo (Current Warwick Economics PhD student)

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