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Amna Anwar
Teaching Fellow, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
PhD, University of Kassel
RESEARCH INTERESTS

International Political Economy, Economic Development, Global Governance in Development, Value Chain Analysis

biography

Amna Anwar is a Masters graduate in Globalisation and Development Studies from the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) at the University of Sussex. She graduated with BSc. Honors with a major in Political Science. Before ITU, she resided in Malaysia where she was worked for UNHCR project for Somalian refugees living in Malaysia. She also worked as a visiting faculty member at Lahore School of Economics where she taught the course “International Political Economy”.
Her current research has been centered around global governance of food systems through a value chain analysis. Her two recent publications are titled; “Global Governance: the new wave of Global Food Security”, and Value Chain Interventions: A blessing or a curse?” in the International journal of Education and Management.

  • Amna.A., (2016), “Global Governance: the new wave of Global Food Security”, International Journal of Education and Management Studies, Vol. 6, No. 3.
  • Amna. A., (2017), “Value Chain Interventions: A blessing or a curse?”, International Journal of Education and Management Studies, Vol 5, No 1.