My name is Nijat Muradzada. I was born on September 17, 1997, in Baku.
I have graduated from the Lyceum named after Academician Zarifa Aliyeva.
I have completed my bachelor's studies with a distinction degree (Cum Laude) in Management at Istanbul University. Currently, I am pursuing a master's degree in Global Economy at the University of Glasgow.
During my bachelor's studies, I did internships at the Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Central Office of Yapi Kredi Bank in Istanbul, and Baku Stock Exchange. Also, throughout this period, I was engaged in small business activities.
Furthermore, I am the author of 2 scientific articles and a series of review articles published in periodicals, mainly in the Azerbaijan State News Agency (AZERTAC). The first scientific article of mine was published in the Institute of Economics of Azerbaijan National Sciences Academy's peer-reviewed journal. You can access the list of my articles via this link.
From April 2020, I am publishing my articles and commentaries regarding economic issues on this blog.
About the Blog
According to Pythagoras of Samos, numbers have always been the rulers of forms and thoughts. Our lives depend on the numbers we assign to specific objects; that is, the symbols used to determine beings' quantitative and numerical characteristics.
The topicality of the dilemma "Balancing unlimited human wants with limited resources" has always maintained the popularity of the economy. Even in the simplest form, having economic knowledge can help us regulate our relationship with numbers at the micro and macro scale. Thus, from the micro perspective, having economic knowledge can simplify our daily lives and provide an efficient personal budget allocation; also, on a macro scale, it can help us understand and analyze the sophisticated ongoing processes in the world.
The primary purpose of mine by sharing these articles here is to provide valuable readers with accurate, relevant, and interesting information on topics such as general economics, economic philosophy, economic history, political economy, business economics, and the world economy in a simplified form.