Dr Tesfa Mehari BA, MA, PhD, PGCE

Lead Tutor, Principal Lecturer

Dr Tesfa Mehari served as Economics Programme Director, International Partnerships Coordinator, and Learning Enhancement Coordinator for the IBE Department. Dr Mehari's current teaching focuses on international Trade, International Development and Finance, and International Macroeconomics.

Dr Mehari initiated the international partnership of University of Greenwich in Ethiopia and its annual conference in Addis Ababa as a forum for research collaborations between UK and African Scholars.

Before joining the University of Greenwich, Dr Mehari worked for The University of Asmara, The University of Liverpool, Liverpool JMU, Nottingham Trent University, and The University of Nottingham.

External activities

Dr Mehari represented the University the Royal Economic Society (RES), The Economics Network, and The Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics (CHUDE). Dr Mehari is a regular contributor to Africa policy debates in forums such as Chatham House, IFAA, and community forums. He also worked on several international partnerships in Education since the 1990s including the NTU franchise with European School of Economics.

Responsibilities within the university

MPhil/PhD supervision

Dr Mehari's recent PhD research supervision and examination include Monetary Policy in LDCs, Macroeconomics theory, International Trade Financial Liberalization, Economic Governance and FDI.