Anthony Attah is a Lecturer on the SOAS FY Programme for BMEL (Business, Management, Economics & Law) and the Module Convenor for Numbers & Quantitative Reasoning. His teaching and research interests lie in emerging markets, the growth of surveillance capitalism, artificial intelligence in relation to machine consciousness, global economic statistics, the role of ethics in business and economics, and the relationship between philosophy and economics.
Anthony completed his Master's Degree at The University of London. He is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Besides teaching at SOAS, Anthony currently supervises BA and MA dissertation students at The University of Roehampton and London Metropolitan University.
He also has a keen interest in African philosophers of the Greco-Roman era and how their theories tie into modern societies. Currently, he is co-writing a soon-to-be-published article with Dr. Abdullahi Foon, which investigates Ethiopian philosopher Zera Yacob and how his works relate to the European Age of Enlightenment.