Myat Thida Win is a research associate at CESD, supporting the Food Security Policy and Rural Development Program. Myat Thida Win is delivering economic and social research, policy analysis, and policy advocacy to support rural development in Myanmar. She is interested in developmental economics especially industrial policies, trade, and catch-up theories.
Previously, Myat Thida Win worked as an economics and business tutor at Randolph Macon and completed a financial service internship at First Investors, Richmond, Virginia. She has undertaken research in areas as diverse as transitioning towards democracy in Myanmar; regime change in Paraguay and Taiwan, and trade convergence and economic growth.
- Myanmar and English
- Bachelor of Science (Economics and Political Science), Randolph-Macon College, United States, 2015.
- ‘Transition towards Democracy in Burma/Myanmar’, Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) conference, Western Washington University, 2014