Than Tun Soe

Than Tun Soe pursued a Master’s Degree in Development Studies from the Yangon University of Economics in 2018 and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the East Yangon University in 2013. Not only he has co-founded Inya Economics and Inya Economics Journal, he is also working as a Program Director of  Subnational Economic Research Program at Inya Economics and Editor of Inya Economic Journal.

As his interests lie at the intersection of subnational economic research, election observation, costs of conflict, and local planning, implementation, and monitoring processes, Than Tun Soe wrote and published many research articles and reports at Inya Economics including a Study on Division of Expenditure Responsibilities on Five Federal Nations, Australia, Germany, Canada, India and Nigeria as a working paper in 2019, States and Regions Economic Report in 2019, Role of Township Planning and Implementation Committee during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and Electoral Promises of Political Parties and Retrospective Democratic Accountability Report in 2020. His article, Configuration of Myanmar Future Fiscal Federalism System (Case studies: Australia, Germany, Canada, India, and Nigeria), was chosen for the government ministry’s open Call for Paper, “Founding a Federal Nation” in 2018.