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International Iranian Economic Association
Monthly Webinar Series

We are pleased to host a monthly webinar series, a combination of Keynote talks and panel sessions, on the second Wednesday of each month at the following times: 08.00 LA time | 11.00 Washington DC time | 16.00 London time | 19.30 Tehran time.

To attend our webinar series, please register here

Previous Webinars​
(note different time and link for registration)

Become a Better Economic Storyteller
24th of April 2024


Date: Wed 24 April 2024, 16.00 London time | 17.00 CET | 19.30 Tehran time

Delivery Format: Online (Farsi language) via Zoom



Conveners: Ramin Nassehi (IIEA Board Member & UCL) & Arash Naghavi (University of Wuppertal)

Description: IIEA is pleased to present an online workshop aimed at enhancing your skills as an economic storyteller and presenter. As an economist, your communication skills play a fundamental role in disseminating your research, influencing decision-makers, and shaping public opinion.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Develop the ability to motivate your audience regarding your research

  • Master the art of presenting research questions in a clear and concise manner

  • Enhance your skills in explaining data and methodology effectively

  • Learn strategies to communicate research results with clarity and impact

  • Discover techniques to make your conclusions memorable

Target Audience: This workshop is open to economics students, researchers, and professionals who are keen to improve their presentation skills. Whether you are an undergraduate, master's, or Ph.D. student, or a professional in the field, this workshop will equip you with the necessary tools to communicate your economic ideas effectively.



  • Ramin Nassehi is an Associate Professor (Teaching) in Economics at the Department of Economics at University College London. He is a member of Centre for Teaching and Learning Economics (CTaLE) and a contributor to the CORE Econ project and Royal Economic Society’s “Discover Economics” initiative.

  • Arash Naghavi is a postdoctoral researcher at the Schumpeter School of Business and Economics at the University of Wuppertal. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Konstanz where he is affiliated with the Graduate School of Decision Science. Arash’s research interests are economic history, political economy, and labor economics.

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