Mariam Majd

Mariam Majd is a PhD student in economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research generally focuses in the areas of international economics and finance. At PERI, her work with Gerald A. Epstein focuses on credit regimes and power relations in the global financial arena. She is also interested in the costs of financial sanctions to receiving countries and has written on the public banking movement in the United States.

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Amanda Page

Amanda Page-Hoongrajok is a PhD graduate student in the Department of Economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. At PERI, she works on various macro-finance topics in the broad areas of monetary policy and systemic crises.  Her published work has focused on corporate governance and municipal debt. She is currently studying the cost of paid sick days and exploring the labor participation rate decline in the US. She is also interested in the solidarity economy and economic intersections with the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Karmen Naidoo

Karmen Naidoo is a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. At PERI, she works with Professor Leonce Ndikumana on better understanding capital flight from selected African economies, with a particular focus on the linkages with governance issues. Karmen is interested in development economics, labour markets, and growth and distribution in developing countries.

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Devika Dutt

Devika Dutt is a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her work at PERI focuses on exploring alternative ways of organizing financial markets and financial market reform. She studies publicly-oriented financial institutions and their effect on the economy and the financial system as a whole. She is also interested in growth outcomes and monetary policy, especially in developing countries.

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