Annie Tubadji

Assistant Professor in Economics, Swansea University

Annie Tubadji is an Assistant Professor in Economics in Swansea University. She is a cultural economist and her working paradigm is termed Culture-Based Development (CBD). Previously, she worked among others in University of Bologna, Italy; University of the Aegean, Greece; Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Germany; as well as UNDP and the EU-NSRF Strategic Team of Bulgaria. She held the Shackle Scholarship at St. Edmunds, Cambridge University, for 2015-2016. In 2010, the Association for Institutional Thought (AFIT) awarded her paper: "The Culture-Based Development (CBD) Hypothesis". Her current research interests include narrative economics, economics of happiness, inequality and taste for discrimination.​

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