Sara Taha

Sara is an economist with a Master's degree in Economics from the German University in Cairo. She possesses a diverse educational background, having completed her Bachelor's degree with a triple major in economics, international business, and strategic management. With a keen interest in developmental economics, macroeconomics, and environmental economics, Sara actively engages in research on these subjects. Driven by her deep concern for environmental issues, Sara's recent research focuses on the profound impacts of biodiversity loss on economic growth. She also delves into the transformative potential of environmental protection policies in reshaping our economies. Currently, Sara serves as an Economic Researcher at the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development of Egypt, where she contributes her expertise to inform policy decisions. Furthermore, she enjoys sharing her knowledge and insights with a wider audience by writing for INOMICS.

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