About Us

Mission Statement

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.

Executive Board

Editor-In-Chief: Meghna Rangan

Meghna Rangan is a senior majoring in Economics with a double minor in Business Studies and Public Policy. She loves traveling, photography and is an absolute foodie! In the future, she hopes to combine her love for economic policy with the want to contribute to the social sector in India. Previously at the Economics Review, she has served as a Writer, Marketing Director and Managing Editor for the online publication. Continuing to be a part of the organization’s growth story, Meghna is very excited to see what the new team and year has to bring!

Co-Online Managing Editor: Yasmine Deswandhy

Yasmine Deswandhy is a junior studying Economics with a double minor in Mathematics and Business Studies. She is passionate about game theory where you can combine the complexities of human thought with economic issues. She joined the Economics Review her freshman fall in 2016 as an Editor before serving as the Managing Editor for the Online Publication. She loves how the Economics Review provides an outlet outside of an academic setting to discuss and express current economic affairs. Outside of school, she loves to surf, read murder mystery novels and is an avid Marvel comics fan. After she graduates, she intends to pursue a career in investment banking.

Co-Online Managing Editor: Eduard Batash

Eduard is a junior studying Economics in the College of Arts & Sciences. He enjoys to hike, listen to opera and classical music and play tennis. His topic of interest includes long-term renewable energy development and how macroeconomic policy can properly incentivize its agents to create cleaner and more efficient energy sources. Currently in his 3rd year at the Economics Review, he began as a staff writer, then served as the Club Secretary, and now serves as the Managing Editor for the online publication. He appreciates to work with an outstanding staff of writers and editors and hopes to continue to provide students and readers with informative and interesting economic perspectives.

Publication Managing Editor: Cameron Taheri

Cameron is a junior studying Economics and the Business of Entertainment, Media, and Technology. During his sophomore year, he joined the Economics Review as an editor, collaborating with writers to refine their weekly articles. Aside from keeping up with the latest news, Cameron likes running along the Hudson River, finding new restaurants, and baking.

Treasurer: Rio Liu

Jiaxin Liu is a sophomore at the College of Arts and Sciences, studying Mathematics and Economics. He joined the Economics Review at 2017 as a staff editor and has contributed his editing skills as well as articles to the post. He is especially interested in exploring trade war issues, international economics, and mathematical models in business applications. He loves hiking, traveling, doing martial arts, and enjoys cooking. He hopes to help the Economics Review improve the quality and diversity of articles.

Web Master: Abby Diette

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Abby is a junior studying Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences. Her interest in joining the E-board Economics Review developed when she came to NYU and started getting involved in Computer Science. She likes being the Webmaster of the Economics Review because it allows her to express her love for web design and Mathematics.

Secretary: Christopher Chao

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Chris is a senior in the College of Arts and Science studying studying Computer Science with a minor in Economics. As a result, his passion lies in the Financial Technologies sector, a natural intersection of his concentrations. Be careful if you get him talking about bitcoin, blockchain, or just payments technology; he won’t stop!
He has been an editor for The Economics Review since his sophomore year, previously serving as the treasurer. He will continue to help grow this organization and bring his perspective to the table for his final year!

Marketing Director: Anoushka Bhat

Anoushka Bhat is a senior majoring in Economics with a minor in Studio Art. She joined as a Staff Editor and is now the Marketing Director of the Economics Review. She enjoys doodling, photography and music! Marketing allows her to combine her interest in strategy, creativity and design, and hopes to work in the industry after graduation! Having been a part of the organization for a year now, she is excited to see it continue to grow and succeed at NYU!


Hazel Choi

Tim Makhauri

Daniel Wang

Yasmine Deswandhy

Dhanya Madugalle

Nikita Mokhov

Arjun Goyal

Naman Patel

Aditya Khosla

Shivaditya Sinha

Meghna Chadha

Tim Makhauri

Ahmed El Wakeel

Anan Balaji

Aggee Loblack

Rio Liu

Anoushka Bhat

Janet Lee

Mehul Dangayach

Luke Areekul

Gorm Osborg

Staff Writers

David Behrens

Andrés Rodríguez Brauer

Tristan Baylor

Oleg Biletsky

Zoe Hall

Taber Brown

David Riccione

Damon Aitken

Adrian Pietrzak

Kumayl Alikhan

Alex Benedict

Qinglin Zhao

Milah Mohammadi

Audrey Youn

Diego Fernando Lorenzo Casabuena

Goktug Saatcioglu

Hemant Sharma

Thomas Zhang

Deanna Park

Sean (Sae Hun)

Jacinta Sherris

Alper Karaks

Raphael Potter

Utkarsh Shalla

Roberto Ventura

Buyi Wang

Ke (Luka) Liu

Ines Ajimi

John Brake

Vishrut Khatri

Madhav Ramesh

Huang Yifeng

Stephen Malkowicz

Tsahi Halyo


This publication is published by New York University students and NYU is not responsible for its contents.