Beyond borders: Navigating career transitions abroad

Jingyi Tong (MSc Economics and Finance, 2020) International career transitions were the focus of a recent Alumni Panel Event, in which Jingyi Tong (MSc Economics and Finance, 2020) shared valuable insights about her professional career.

Jingyi is an Infratech Consultant and Researcher at Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and a Global Strategy & Operations Lead at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth.…

International Women’s Day 2024: Why do we need more women in economics?

International Women's Day video graphicContinuing our film series celebrating diversity and empowerment around International Women’s Day, our latest film focuses on ‘Why do we need more women in economics?’

Dr Danielle Guizzo, Associate Professor in Economics Education, and students Lucy (BSc Economics and Politics) and Ihsaan (BSc Economics and Management) discuss the importance of women’s contributions to economics and how having more than one perspective can help solve the pressing issues that we face in society today.…

International Women’s Day 2024: Inspiring future female economists

International Women’s Day this year celebrates diversity and empowerment, encouraging everyone to #InspireInclusion. In the first of our new film series, ‘Women in Economics at Bristol’, we asked our academics and students which female economists have inspired them.

International Women’s Day 2023: What do our students say?

Female students socialising around a table outdoors, overlaid with text that reads 'International Women's Day: What do our students say?' Today is International Women’s Day, a chance to celebrate women’s achievement, raise awareness of discrimination and #EmbraceEquity. Here’s what final-year BSc Economics students Alicja and Madeline have to say on inspiration, leadership and their hopes for the future.