Lara Feghaly is an economics enthusiast and a student of Roger Williams University. She is a weekly columnist for The Internationalist (the university's online magazine) and her research focus is in development economics, merged with an interest in developing countries. Lara is originally from Beirut, Lebanon and has come to the United States to pursue her degree in Mathematical Finance, and of course, Economics. She hopes to gain a worldly outlook and then return to her native country, ideally after graduate studies.
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