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Faten Saliba

Background

In 2011, I graduated with an undergraduate degree in Economics track finance (2:1) from the Lebanese American University and then completed my MSc in Economics (merit) at The University of Manchester in 2011-2012. After my masters, I joined the Research Department of the International Labour Organisation in Geneva first as an intern and then as short-term staff and later as a consultant for ILO Algeria and Ghana. During my time in Geneva, my interest in pursuing a PhD in Economics grew stronger. I then decided to join The University of Manchester as a PhD student focusing on policy evaluation related to environmental issues and wider development and social issues.

Research interests

I am a member of the Environmental and Resource Economics Research Area Group. In addition to the research I mentioned before, I am also interested in labour market trends and issues.

Supervisors

  • Prof Ada Wossink
  • Dr Matias Cortes

Teaching

I am currently a TA for the following courses:

  • ECON10161: Applied Economics
  • ECON20101: Economics for Environmental Management
  • ECON20341: Business Economics I
  • ECON30820: Business Economics II

Contact details

Economics
School of Social Science
The University of Manchester
3rd Floor, Arthur Lewis Building
Oxford Road
Manchester, M13 9PL, UK

Email: faten.saliba@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk