Sejla ALMADI is the assistant professor of the Institute of World Economy, her current research fields and interests are: Political, economic and social processes of France, Pygmalion effect in Organisational Behaviour, and Research Methods.
She is pursuing her doctoral studies (PhD) at EES Doctoral School, University of Bordeaux. Formerly she graduated as an economist from International Economics and Business (MA) at Corvinus University of Budapest and as an international relations expert from International Studies (BA) at Széchenyi István University, both with excellent grades. She additionally studied Monte Carlo Methods at Télécom Paris Tech, project risk management and mathematics at Corvinus University of Budapest, marketing at Corvinus University of Budapest, and business and management at Széchenyi István University.
Academic experiences engaged her in reviewing at Academy of Management, proof-reading at Corvinus University of Budapest, at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, or lecturing at KEDGE BS.
Professional experiences engaged her in marketing management for Croatia, Hungary & Slovenia at the Parts and Service of CNHindustrial, in HR and budget analysis for TMR Directorate and further in quality management for Projects Directorate at the European Investment Bank and Fund, in risk management for Risk Management Service at the European Parliament. Currently, she is also a Research Fellow at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Miss Almadi is the editor of IWE Writing Centre. https://worldeconomy.hu/writingcentre/