Somjeeta Chatterjee - PEP - Promoting Economic Pluralism

Somjeeta Chatterjee

Somjeeta is an Undergraduate student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) studying BSc Politics and Economics. She is also completing the Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA) degree in order to gain a better understanding about the world of finance. Having a keen interest in the field of Macroeconomics, International Political Economy, International Trade and Development Economics, she has co-authored an Undergraduate Research Paper on The Economic Consequences of Crime in Brazil (available on Somjeeta Chatterjee on ResearchGate). This was presented at the LSE’s prestigious Amartya Sen Club. Moreover, she has been running an online blog on current affairs since 2016, as well as contributing to online media platforms such as Medium. Having interned at the UK Ministry of Defence, Institute of Economic Affairs, LSE Economics Society alongside being the Student Ambassador for the LSE, she aims to embed her experience into her work as the Research and Communications Assistant at the PEP.