The Economics Review At NYU is an undergraduate organization that publishes student articles, essays and research papers in an online and print publication. Our content focuses on economic theory, policy and associated fields such as law, business, and politics. Our goal is to provide all interested NYU students with the opportunities to conduct research, get published and advance future career prospects. The student-led editorial staff works with in-house and freelance writers to improve research and writing skills and to produce content that will encourage debate and awareness among undergraduates. We encourage not only the ambitious students of Economics to contribute to the Review, but also all students, regardless of their school, field or degree level.
President and Editor-in-Chief
Malvika is a junior studying Economics and Data Science at CAS. She joined the Economics Review in her freshman year as a Staff Writer, and continued on to serve as the Club Secretary, before becoming the President. She is very interested in exploring the integration of tech and healthcare in finance, and understanding the subsequent application of economic policy and theory in these industries. She uses the Economics Review as an outlet for her perspectives and passion for writing. She also loves trying out new restaurants in NYC, dance, traveling, and playing card games.
Managing Editor of the Online Publication
Kevin is a junior at NYU studying mathematics and economics. He’s originally from Boston and is a big Patriots fan. Kevin joined the Economics Review during his Sophomore Fall as Editor, and enjoyed editing articles on a wide range of topics, from finance to the maple syrup industry in Quebec. In his free time, he really enjoys reading, boxing, and visiting the different Art Museums around New York.
Managing Editor of the Online Publication
Roshni Rangwani is a junior who calls both Mumbai and Dubai home. Apart from her major in politics, she studies economics, translated literature, and math. She is a part time editor/writer, full time fangirl of fictional characters—and occasional wearer of pants.
Managing Editor of the Print Publication
Martina Castellanos is a senior at the College of Arts and Sciences, studying Economics and Creative Writing. Her main interests are exploring trade war issues, behavioral economics and the intersection of these two topics. Her objective is to create an environment conducive to learning, as well as, an outlet where students can genuinely get to know each other while exploring their drive and passions. Outside of the Economics Review, she enjoys boxing, writing dystopian pieces of literature and reading self help books!
Ines is a junior double majoring in Photograohy and Art History with a minor in Web Programming from NYU Tisch. She joined the Economics Review in Fall 2019 as an editor and is now the Creative Director for the publication. She enjoys discussing and writing about economic impacts on the arts and entertainment industry, as well as researching social issues such regarding universal healthcare, prison reform and education. In her free time, she enjoys delving into mystery novels, baking sweets, and traveling.
Aaron Puthan is a junior studying Economics and Computer Science as a joint major. He joined the Economics Review his sophomore fall in 2019 as a writer for one year before serving as the Marketing Analytics Director for the publication. He enjoys how articles in the Economics Review can pique the interest of people of multifaceted backgrounds in politics, art, technology, business and more. In his current position, he wants to increase the scope and social media presence of the publications. Outside of school, Aaron has interned across several lines of businesses at JPMorgan. He loves taking photos, listening to music and reading books by Haruki Murakami.
Lorraine Zhu is a senior majoring in Economics and Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science. She joined the Economics Review in the spring of 2020 as a Staff Writer before serving as the Club Treasurer. She enjoys writing about topics on international economics and global financial markets. Outside of school, Lorraine likes to read, travel, and explore the city, and used to work as a bartender at a Mexican restaurant.
Kairui is a sophomore studying computer science and economics. The intersection between his passion for web development and economics has naturally lead him to the webmaster position at the Review. He is also heavily involved in Model UN at NYU, in both the travel team and conference organization. When he’s not browsing dank history memes or watching Bob’s Burgers late into the night, you can find him playing soccer and Spikeball, or giving his best effort to cook a meal without burning his place down.
Chitanya Ajjarapu is a senior studying economics with a math and CS minor. He is also the captain of the ultimate frisbee team and a sailor in the United States Navy. His dream is to go back and become an officer once he finish college.
This publication is published by New York University students. NYU is not responsible for its contents.