Dr. ThidaHtoo is a Professor and Head of Department at the Department of Economics, Meiktila University of Economics. She obtained her Bachelor of Economics (Honours) in 1993, Master of Economics in 1998 and Doctoral Degree in 2007 from the Yangon University of Economics. Dr. ThidaHtoo has also accomplished her Master of Public Policy from KDI School, Korea. She has also conducted research in diverse development fields including environmental economics. She was one of the research awardees of Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA)/ The Economy and Environment Institute – Lower Mekong Subregion (EEI-LMS). DrThidaHtoo is also a Program Director of the Master of Public Adminitsration Program (MPA), Mandalay. Her main research interest is in Agricultural Economics, Environmental Economics and Public Sector Reform.
Dr. Khin Khin Oo
Dr. Khin Khin Oo is a professor at the Department of Economics, Meiktila University of Economics (MEUE). She obtained her Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Economics (Honours) successively in 1985 and 1986. She later gained her Master of Economics in 1992. Her Ph.D Degree was conferred to her in 2017 after completion of her doctoral thesis of “Infrastructure Development of Yangon Region” from the Yangon University of Economics. She completed the course on Environmental Assessment for Planning and Management at The Prince of Songkhala University, Bankgkok, Thailand. Her field of specialization is Regional and Urban Economics, Natural Resource Economics & Environmental Management. She is recently carrying out both individual and group researches with special focus on Regional, Urban and Infrastructure Development.
Dr. Sai Seng Sai is a Professor of International Development Economics at the Department of Economics at the Meiktila University of Economics, Myanmar. Before his present assignment that started in 2019, he worked as a tutor at the Applied Economics Department of Yangon University of Economics, a designated head of the economics department at the Pang Long University, an assistant lecturer at the Yangon University of Education, and a lecturer of the economics department at the Meiktila Economics University, and an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics at the Yangon University of Economics, Myanmar. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as in 2020. He also served as a Research Assistant at Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), and currently as a Myanmar Research Collaborator to JSPS International Joint Research Project at Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, Japan. He holds a Ph.D. in International Development, Economic Development Policy and Management Program (Nagoya University, Japan).
Daw Kay KhineNyein is a Associate Professor, who joined the MEUE in 2017. She got her Bachelor of Economics (Honours) from the Yangon University of Economics in 2001 and Master of Science in International Cooperation Policy, specialized in development economics from the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan in 2006. Her field of specialization is environmental valuation, climate change adaptation, economics of education, gender, rural development and aid effectiveness.
Daw Ei Ei Zaw
Daw Ei Ei Zaw is currently a lecturer at the Department of Economics. She got her Bachelor from the Yangon University of Economics in 2001 and Master of Economics in 2007. Her field of specialization is rural development, climate change and international trade.