RIYADH: In a bid to drive depth and agility in macroeconomic and microeconomic learning, King Saud University on Tuesday revealed the results of the elections for the 14th term of the Saudi Economics Association board of directors.
The association’s efforts encompass elevating its members’ scientific and occupational competence and fostering professional interaction.
Furthermore, the association delivers expert and targeted economic guidance to relevant public and private entities.
It also makes it easier for relevant entities and institutions inside and outside the Kingdom to exchange ideas and scientific research in the areas of interest.
The new board of directors will be chaired by Ahmed bin Abdul Kareem Al-Muhimeed, Ahmed bin Nasser Al-Rajhi assigned as the vice president, Talal bin Hamad Al-Sabhan as treasurer, and Reem bint Abdul Rahman Al-Shuqairi as secretary.
Mamdouh bin Abdul Aziz bin Saleh Al-Furayyan, Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Malik, Abdulmohsen bin Saleh Al-Sheikh, Ashwaq bint Nasser Al-Juhani, and Saad bin Muneef Al-Thaq have been elected as members of the association.
Source: Arab News