Iman Rajabzadeh


Research group(s):
2. Structural Change and Economic Development

Iman Research focus and interest primarily is on development and robustness in development path with a special focus on Developing Resource Rich Countries. 

As an affiliated PhD to UNU-MERIT his research is titled "Robust Growth in Resource Rich Countries". His M.Sc. was in Economic System Planning and Development (IUT University, Isfahan, Iran) held by the faculty of industrial engineering. He did his B.Sc. in Economic studies also in Iran.

Being active in quality management group during his master brought him more expertise and opportunities not only as an economist but also as a management consultant. 

He teaches various courses such as mathematical economics,  Input-Output studies,  economic development,  micro abs macro economics and etc..

He also has been consulting in various management projects focusing on productivity and performance efficiency.

Selected publications by Iman Rajabzadeh

Articles (journal, professional, popular)
Kuschminder, Katherine, Zoe Ogahara & Iman Rajabzadeh, 2020, Evaluations of Return Within A Mass Deportation: Ethiopians’ Experiences of Return After Expulsion From Saudi Arabia, International Migration, More information

UNU-MERIT Working Papers
Zhang, Ying, Iman Rajabzadeh & Rodolfo Lauterbach, 2009, Student Network Centrality and Academic Performance: Evidence from United Nations University, UNU-MERIT Working Paper 2009-034

Research reports
Meshkovska, Biljana, Nasrat Sayed, Katharina Koch, Iman Rajabzadeh, Carole Wenger & Melissa Siegel, 2019, Afghan Diaspora in Europe: Mapping engagement in Denmark, Germany, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, Study commissioned by Danish Refugee Council, More information