Introducing a new podcast series by the Macro-Development Research Initiative, from the Graduate Institute in Geneva. “Let’s put it on the table” will discuss development-related topics that are not receiving enough attention.
Our guest for this episode is Alejandro Castro, one of the founding members of Club Macro, the Club de Macroeconomía UCV, the student analysis group of macroeconomic policy at Universidad Central de Venezuela. Club Macro was the seed that later shaped the idea for our international initiative: The Macro-Development Research Initiative.
Geneva Intl. is always looking for new talent, and a couple of weeks ago we found it among the students at the Graduate Institute. During our welcome day event we put all of these people in front of a microphone and asked them to make a talk show from scratch. Here’s the result!
This podcast is a short and fun conversation with a recent graduate of MIH (Masters in International History student) on life before, during and after the Graduate Institute. It features questions on what John’s first impression of Geneva was, what his advice would be to students coming in this year and some light trivia questions to reflect on his graduate student experience. Hop on to this easy and light conversation and take away one student’s perspective on a few aspects of student life at the Graduate Institute!
Guest: Phasawit Jutatungcharoen (also called John/Jun) Host: Samhita Bharadwaj
More about John: John completed his quarantine in Thailand and has documented his journey and experience on his youtube channel.
This is the trailer episode in a series by students of the Graduate Institute, featuring (by order of appearance) Joshua Thew, Michelle Olguin Flückliger, Anna Ploeg, and Samhita Bharadwaj. This series will present the research, initiatives, and lives of students and other partners at the Graduate Institute.