Salah Hamdoun is a doctoral student in the Innovation in Global Development (IGD) Program at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society in the College of Global Futures at Arizona State University. He holds a BA degree in International Business and Management (2008), and an MSc in International Business (2010). His research interests lie in the area of financial inclusion, mobile payment technology, remittances, and human development. Specifically, Salah’s work focuses on the power dynamics and relationships within societies and the impact of financialization on the social structures in Morocco.
He has over ten years of professional experience in money markets, financial derivatives, and alternative investments. He started his career at ABN Amro Bank and has worked for institutions such as Standard Chartered Bank and Mashreqbank.
Salah is currently the Administrator of the IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society.