Dr Ahmad Seyf is currently teaching at the Department of Management and Human Resources at Regent’s University-London. He has also taught at Staffordshire University and the University of Boston’s London campus. His main research interests are International Business Economics, Globalisation and the Economic and Social History of the Middle East, and Economic Policies. He is a bilingual writer having written extensively on Iran, his country of birth. His recent publications include, ‘Population and Agricultural Development in Iran, 1800-1906’ in Middle Eastern Studies, 2009 and ‘Iran and the Great Famine, 1870-72’ in Middle Eastern Studies, 2010. His published books include the following titles: ‘Iran’s Contemporary Political Economy’, H&S Media, 2012; ‘The Economy of Iran under Ahmadinejad’, H&S Media 2012; ‘Crisis in Despotism in Iran’, Ameh Press, Tehran, 2014; ‘Capitalism and Democracy’, Mazmoon books, Tehran 2016; ‘The Great Recession, an Iranian View’, Tehran, Mazmoon books (forthcoming); and ‘On the Negation of Neoliberalism’, Tehran, Hezareh-Sevvom (Forthcoming).
Dr Ahmad Seyf