Peter VojnitsProject Assistant at the Laidlaw Foundation and Laidlaw Scholar Alumnus, Durham Unviersity
- Durham Unviersity
- United Kingdom
I am an Economics student at Durham University. My foremost interests are Development Economics and Sustainability Economics. This is reflected in my research project which will explore Demographic Economics, titled "The Shifting Distribution of the Global Population in the Twenty-First Century: an Econometric Analysis of the Projected Fortunes of Nigeria and Japan, with Policy Recommendations for Sustainable Development".
I have experience working in economic consulting, specialising in competition economics, and am also a Zumba instructor.
Hullo! I'm a forth year Chinese & French studies undergraduate at Durham. With my research, I have been exploring the formation of new wave tea culture in Hungary. My main interest these days are sustainability and urban planning, which I'm hoping to study after my BA.
Hello! I'm Emma, one of the Founding Co-Presidents of the Laidlaw Alumni Society. I'm passionate about entrepreneurialism, diversity in business and ending slavery in supply chains.
My Undergraduate Scholarship research focused on legislation which requires organisations to tell the public about efforts they are making to stop modern slavery in their supply chains. In particular, I looked at whether this legislation is making a difference in the fight against modern slavery in supply chains (spoiler alert: it's not!).
These days, I work as a dispute resolution lawyer, advising large corporates on supply chain, ESG, product liability and regulatory matters.