My name is Arthur and I am Editor-in-Chief for the magazine. I am in the second year of my master’s degree (ECL), I joined the TSEconomist in 2014 as a proofreader, and this year I take on the mantle of Editor-in-Chief. I would like to encourage all of you to join our team for the coming year, please get in touch!
My name is Annie and I am one of the Deputy Editors this year. I am from Washington State in the US (not to be confused with Washington, D.C.). I studied Environmental Economics and French in my undergrad, then spent a year teaching English in a suburb of Paris, and I am now an M2 ERNA student here at TSE. I joined the TSEconomist so I could meet more people and take a break from all of the equations and proofs and work on my written communication skills.
My name is Tristan and I am one of the Deputy Editors. I’m an M2 Student in Economics and Law, I first joined the magazine in L3 as a proofreader, and I am now in my 4th year at the magazine. This year Annie and I have taken on the role of Deputy Editors, we are looking forward to meeting you and working with you. If you are interested in writing or proofreading please get in touch with us, we’d love to hear from you!
My name is Kristina and I am head of design. I study environmental economics in the M2 ERNA program at TSE. I have been an active member in the TSEconomist for several years as both a proof reader and a designer. I enjoy designing, making sure the layout looks clean to the eye, and combining cool pictures to the articles. As head of design, I am given more responsibility, and it is my job to make sure the magazine is presented in a nice way. If you are creative and would like to learn a new program, you should join the design team this year!
My name is Nicolas and I am head of organization. Being part of the organization team may not be what most people are looking when joining a magazine. However, working on this team during my L3 I discovered how important it is. The events we make always aim to enlarge the topics that are covered in the magazine, or to give students a place where they can show their topics of interest in economics, improving the overall experience of studying at TSE. If you want to expose a particular topic in one of our coffee talks don’t hesitate to contact me.
My name is Saí and I am head of communications. Being part of the TSEconomist has allowed me to develop new skills that are not necessarily directly connect with economics such as brand management or social media skill. The goal of the communications teams is to keep the TSE community aware of our recent projects such as the magazine itself or our different events. This may seem a simple task, but what it is truly important is to know how and when to deliver the message. For that is really important to use your creativity and learn how to think outside the box. If you are a creative thinker, join us!