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Annie Tubadji, Assistant Professor and Senior Lecturer in Economics has received the Dillwyn Medal (Social Sciences, Education and Business) for her work on cultural bias, inequality, and discrimination.

The Learned Society of Wales is the national academy for arts and sciences, that brings together expertise from across fields to share knowledge and promote research. The Dillwyn Medal celebrates early career research excellence in Wales.

When asked about her win, Dr. Tubadji said:

“I am overjoyed that of all medals possible I am honoured with the Dillwyn one!

The Dillwyn family have shown by example that my Culture Based Development (CBD) paradigm works in practice: using art and science as a tool, they once shifted the cultural and economic gravity from London to Swansea.

I am grateful to be associated with the Dillwyn award and the Learned Society of Wales”

Head of Economics, Professor Nigel O’Leary had this to say:

“To receive such a prestigious award is a great honour and accomplishment. It speaks to Annie’s growing reputation at both a national and international level, and the contribution that she is making to research in the social sciences. I am as delighted as I am proud of Annie’s achievements, and am confident that this will is a stepping stone to future accolades that will be coming her way”

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