My Research - 'Baha'i' teachings on
economics and their implication to contemporary economic
My education background is Economics. I have
travelled extensively around the world. My belief in ‘unity in
diversity’ and ‘world citizenship’ made me very comfortable to live
in different parts of the world and love people
Why did you choose this programme at this University?
My aim was to do research on the role of
religion in solving Economic problems, focusing on the Baha’i
Faith. This University accepted my proposal and I am glad doing
research at this University.
How long have you been studying at YSJ?
How did you find combining your ‘work & home’ life with
My three children are all grown up. I love my
work which is a teaching job and more importantly I have a
wonderful wife who is very encouraging and co-operative.
What did you find most helpful about the programme, resources,
I have found the staff at this University very
friendly and I have a very supportive supervisor. The research I am
doing is unique and timely because it discusses the role of Baha’i
teachings in dealing with Economic problems.
What is the best thing about being a student at YSJ?
Being with wonderful people in an attractive
campus in a beautiful city.