Sara obtained her Master’s degree in Economics from the German University in Cairo, after completing her Bachelor’s degree with a triple major in Economics, International Business and Strategic Management. Some of her main research interests include Development Economics, Macroeconomics and Environmental Economics. Driven by her passion for environmental matters, her most recent research addresses the impacts of biodiversity loss on economic growth in addition to the role of environmental protection policies in reshaping our economies. Since 2019, Sara has been an Assistant Lecturer, teaching various undergraduate courses of Economics at the German University in Cairo, and continues to do so currently alongside working on her PhD.
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- Work-Life Balance
- Posted 1 week ago
Silent Success: How Quiet Quitting Can Boost the Economy
In a world where we are constantly told to hustle, grind, and push ourselves to the limit, the idea of taking it easy can seem counterintuitive. However, there is a growing movement suggesting that doing only what’s necessary at work is the best thing we can do for ourselves and for the economy. This is known as the concept of "quiet quitting".
- Stuck in a Rut?
- Posted 1 year ago
Finding Inspiration As An Economist
In a culture obsessed with measuring capabilities and results, we often overlook the important role of inspiration. As economists, inspiration awakens us to new possibilities within ourselves, allowing us to conquer our own limitations, and to succeed at doing what we do.
- Natural Resources
- Posted 1 year ago
The Value of Nature’s Services to Modern Economies
For as long as we can remember, Mother Nature has been serving mankind as our major root source of livelihood. From the land that provides the nutrients for our crops, to the stone for our roads and buildings, to the oil for transport in our globalized world, we rely on these natural resources to maintain our modern way of life.