Sann Linn Aung pursued his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Economics from the Yangon University of Economics in 2015 and 2018 respectively. Upon graduation, he served as a part-time tutor of the Department of Applied Economics at Yangon University of Economics until Sept 2019. With his interest focusing on social and community development, he possesses over three years of project management experience in social and community development.
As a founding and working member of Inya Economics, Sann Linn Aung has implemented and/or technically led such research projects as Myanmar Business Insight Report, and Survival Game: Covid-19 Impact on Myanmar’s Businesses in 2021; States and Regions Economic Report 2019, Impact Evaluation: Strengthening Human Rights Education and Advocacy in Myanmar (collaboration with Equality Myanmar), SHE Report: The Perceptions, Experiences, and Responses of University Students on Sexual Harassment (collaboration with Youth/29 Community School), and Citizen Perceptions of Mandalay Smart City Report (collaboration with Nature Lover) in 2019, as well as Citizen Perceptions on Public Service in the Three Pillar: Chin State (collaboration with CNRWG and Ar Yone Oo Social Development Association) in 2018. He is also an assistant editor of the Inya Economic Journal since Jan 2018, where he published the Nexus Between Foreign Trade and Economic Growth 1 in Myanmar (1988 – 2016), and the Impact of Exchange Rate on Myanmar Trade Sector.