Sonia Jawaid Shaikh
Sonia Jawaid Shaikh is a doctoral student at Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California. She is currently a COMPASS fellow at the World Bank. Her research interests are in the areas of decision making, information processing and research methods – particularly how ideas from communication, psychology and economics can intersect to produce change. She was a Fulbright student at Michigan State University where earned an MA in Communication. Prior to being a graduate student, she worked for an NPO in Pakistan that builds and operates schools in rural areas and urban slums.
- Complexities of reputation management and policy making in a globalized world: Bangladesh after Rana Plaza
- Transnational Companies as Actors in Global Health Outcomes: The Case of Maggi in Africa
- Blog post of the month: Abdul Sattar Edhi – One man can change the world
- Apples are not oranges – but bad questions will make you think so
- Abdul Sattar Edhi – One man can change the world
- Media research and boring questions: What do global surveys miss?