Dr. Sara Bazoobandi

Research Fellow | Research Team Spokesperson

Dr. Sara Bazoobandi

  • Kurzer Lebenslauf

    • Since 02/2020: Associate at the GIGA Institute of Middle East Studies

    • Since 05/2018: Middle East Risk Consulting – Managing Director

    • 11/2015 - 05/2018: Senior Lecturer in International Political Economy, Regent’s University London, UK

    • 01/2013 - 11/2015: Lecturer in International Political Economy, Regent’s University London, UK

    • 05/2012 -12/2012: Research Fellow, Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore

    • 01/2012 - 05/2012: Senior Analyst, GCC Desk, Roubini Global Economics, London

    • 06/2010 - 11/2011: Senior Analyst, Global Strategy, Nomura International, London

    • Education: PhD. in Middle East Political Economy, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, Exeter University, UK; MSc. in Economic Development in Emerging Markets, University of Reading, UK; BSc. in Civil Engineering, Tehran, Iran

    • Profil - Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, Washington DC

    Aktuelle Forschung

    • International Political Economy

    • Energy Economics

    Länder und Regionen

    • Iran

    • GCC


    Dr. Sara Bazoobandi

    Research Fellow / Research Team Spokesperson


    Blogbeitrag | 10.2022

    Iran Protests: Reform, Revolution, or Status Quo?

    The demands of the protesters for regime change are a clear manifestation of the deep frustration and the loss of hope for reform among the Iranian public and seem to signal that the time is ripe for comprehensive change.

    Vortragende:r, Vortragende:r, Vortragende:r, Vortragende:r, Moderator:in | 07.12.2022

    Der Kampf um Gleichberechtigung und Freiheit im Iran

    Dieses GIGA Forum befasst sich mit den Ursachen der Proteste im Iran und ihrer Bedeutung auf nationaler, regionaler und internationaler Ebene.

    Shukriya Bradost

    Gilda Sahebi

    Marcus Michaelsen

    Vortragende:r | 10.02.2022

    Where Is Iran’s Economy Headed?

    Atlantic Council Washington, DC: 10.02.2022

    As Iran marks the 43rd anniversary of its Islamic Revolution, popular discontent with the country’s poor economic performance is rising. Even Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, recently complained about rampant inflation and the poor quality of domestic products. For decades, Iranian policymakers have strived to diversify away from oil, build resilience against sanctions and other external shocks, and to become the region’s largest economy. The Atlantic Council Future of Iran held a discussion about the extent to which those goals been achieved and Iran’s prospects for the future.


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