Wear a tie featuring the image of French economist, politician, and liberal thinker Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850).
Gaël Campan has been teaching economics for almost twenty-five years. He holds a DEA with Honours from the Faculty of Applied Economics in Aix-en-Provence, France, and pursued his doctoral studies in Paris (Panthéon-Assas), during which his thesis project was recognized by the Department of Economics and Finance. He worked for several years in strategic and organizational advising and managed companies in Africa and Asia. An international speaker, he has published in academic journals and contributed opinion pieces to economic and financial newspapers. His 2016 handbook of political economy, Théorie Générale de l’Interaction, was an Amazon bestseller. For the past ten years, he has lived in Cambodia, where he is Associate Professor at the Royal University of Law and Economics and the National University of Management.