is an international academic platform that is dedicated to promoting the spirit of inquiry-based education, connecting leading economics researchers, policy-makers, and professors with passionate high-school students.
We have been born into a political dynamic where more complex issues are hampering economic growth than ever before. Unravel Economics is an international academic platform that is dedicated to promoting the spirit of inquiry-based education, and connecting leading economics researchers, policy-makers, and professors with passionate high-school students. With the youngest generation growing up with unprecedented levels of awareness and ambitions to succeed, it is important now more than ever to establish this connection. Join us as we bring in opinions of credibility and make professional insight into economics accessible to high-school readers!
We interview economists about their respective fields of work, simplify everything such that a beginner can understand, and publish the transcripts openly on our website. We also encourage those interested opinion pieces for fellow enthusiasts to learn.
Unravel Economics is a sanctum for those who are interested in economics but are limited by time or class standing and wish to delve deeper into the field from the lens of leading economists across the globe.
We are celebrating over 3,200 unique visitors from 60+ countries! We have successfully interviewed economists from leading universities such as the University of Chicago, Columbia University, Duke University, London School of Economics, among others.
I am Anushka, a seventeen-year old from New Delhi, India. I am deeply intrigued by economics and consistently strive to delve myself further into the subject. I consider myself an enthusiastic public speaker, reader, and writer. Owing to my passion for economics and research, I head the Trade and Economics department for the International Youth Politics Forum, am the Founder President of my school’s Literary Club, the COO/Co-Founder of a social enterprise in my city, and have a TEDx talk to my name. When I am not interviewing economists or studying organic chemistry, you will find me obsessing over pepperoni pizza or scribbling down poems in my room!
I had the incredible opportunity to attend the Politics, Law, Economics (III) session of the Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) Program last summer. One way the program stood out for me was in being able to interact with my professors and instructors over special meals, over lunch, and after class. Coming back from YYGS, I wanted to make such professional insight more accessible to high school students like myself. Especially as the world is becoming more and more connected, I believe this interaction to be very important for intellectual dynamism.
With this initiative, I sincerely hope we can break down barriers and move towards a more informed society; and I hope this platform serves to fulfil students’ appetite for economics research and insight.
We interview economists about their respective fields of work, simplify everything such that a beginner can understand, and publish the transcripts openly on our website.
We also publish crowd-sourced opinions pieces about economics principles – from the economic facet of coronavirus to the economics of sustainability for fellow enthusiasts to learn.
Professor Annavajhula J.C Bose from the Department of Economics, Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi exclusively submits articles to be published on Unravel Economics.
“Every year, I meet some rare dignified students like Anushka Bansal, who make me feel good, who inspire me by more than amply demonstrating a well-balanced all-round personality of personal and social worth.”
Professor AJC Bose, SRCC, University of Delhi
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