The St Andrews Economist is the official publication of the St Andrews Economics Society. We hope to bring to you a range of articles on current affairs, academic theory, economic policies, and trends – basically everything economics so you can stay aware from inside the Bubble!

If you are interested in submitting a piece, joining our team or suggesting a story, send and email to one of our editors or standrewseconomist@gmail.com. We accept pieces from all University of St Andrews staff and students (studying economics or otherwise).


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Our Team

Ali Drabu Editor-in-Chief

Ali is a fourth-year single honours student studying International Relations from the UK, originally coming from Kashmir, India. His particular interests and areas of focus include terrorism, security, civil-military relations and Middle Eastern affairs.


Delany Higgins Editor-in-Chief

Delany is a fourth-year student pursuing a joint honours degree in Modern History and Art History. Her areas of focus include poverty, population growth, human trafficking, and the policy solutions pertaining to those issues.


Jurin Katayama Flores Editor-in-Chief

Jurin is a third-year joint honours Biology and Economics student from Japan and the Philippines. Her research interests include international development, income inequality, and climate change mitigation. Outside university, she spends her time working at a restaurant (to earn travel money), writing for different outlets, and hosting potlucks.



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