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Entering Investment Banking for a Development Economics PhD

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kcrooks

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Post time09:36 11-10-2010

Hi, I am 25 and I am finishing a PhD in Development Economics. I have a Msc in Agricultural Economics and a first degree in international relations. I am interested in entering investment banking but i dont know where to start. Before I was interested in becoming a development research economist but i have become a bit disenchanted with the field. I was thinking that my qualifications and experience might be more suited for working at an investment bank in an emerging market. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks. Kevin