Mr Cinar Baymul

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Cinar Baymul is a DPhil candidate in International Development at the University of Oxford.

He holds an MSc in Development Economics and Policy from University of Manchester and a BA in Economics from University of Strasbourg.

In his doctoral thesis, Cinar conducts research on the impact of income inequality and its perception on corruption.

He currently works as a consultant for United Nations University in their World Income Inequality Database project and previously worked for the World Bank.

Perceived income inequality and corruption
Research interests:

Economic growth; income inequality; corruption; military expenditure; conscription; Turkey