موضوع: اثرات اقتصاد کلان کووید ۱۹ بر مناطق مختلف جهان
سخنران : دکتر ناهید کلباسی
Nahid Kalbasi Anaraki, PhDو Position: Assistant Professor of Economicsو
Affiliation: Fort Hays State University
Experienced economist with PhD in economics from George Mason University; majors in international finance, macroeconomics, money and banking; solid research background in applied economics, econometric modelling, risk analysis, financial analysis, and economic development. Four years of research experience in think tanks and international organizations in Washington D.C. including World Bank and Heritage Foundation, ten years of pedagogical experience in different regions including U.S., China, and Middle East.
Assistant Professor, Fort Hays State University/Shenyang University, August 2018-Present
- Teaching macroeconomics, managerial economics, money and banking, international finance and international economics for International Business Program of Fort Hays State University at Shenyang Normal University in China, College of International Business (CIB).
Adjunct Professor, Strayer University, August 2014-August 2018
Adjunct Professor at Northcentral University, April 2011-August 2018
Assistant Professor at Azad University in Tehran, August 2004-August 2009
Consultant at World Bank, MENA Department, August 2016-Dec 2016
Visiting Fellow at Heritage Foundation, Center for Data Analysis (CDA), April 2011-2013
Consultant at World Bank, MENA Department, April 2010-January 2011
- Ph.D. in Economics, George Mason University (2001-2003)
Reviewer to Following Peer Reviewed Journals
Journal of Finance and Economics (member of editorial board)
British Journal of Economics, Management, and Trade
Journal of Global Economics, Management, and Business Research
Journal of International Economics
Outstanding Research Awards and Scholarship
Best Paper Award in ABBRI Conference in Washington D.C., for a paper on Fed’s interest rate policy and capital reversal: Empirical Evidence from BRICs, in Oct 2019.
Outstanding Research Award from Institute for Business & Finance Research (IBFR) for a paper on the Effects of UN Sanctions on Iran’s Economy, in January 2008.