Ted was born in Washington, in the U.S. and grew up in the eastern shore side of Maryland and later at a tender age, he moved to South Africa. Here is where he graduated with a postgraduate degree in economics as well as history from the prestigious University of Cape Town. Being an economist, Ted Bauman got involved in implementation and ensuring a way forward of the post-apartheid economic and urbanization policy. Having been trained in economics and a vast experience in writing to an international level, his works are a big part of the business community.
Within his 25 year profession in S.A, Ted worked mainly in non-profit making organizations in an executive level as financial manager for affordable housing projects. He worked his way through and come up with Slum Dwellers International which provide for and help over 14 million individuals in 35 countries in general. Ted did a lot of research and consultancy in the 2000s and has written many articles on housing, finance and matters to do with urban planning for clients who mainly work for the South African Government, the United Nations, and European aid Organizations.
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Ted Bauman worked as a director of the International Housing Programmes in Atlanta Georgia, where he gave services to Habitat for Humanitarian International after returning to the USA in the year 2008. He later exited Habitat and decided to work full time as a writer and humanity researcher. Ted Bauman has published a number of international journals such as the Journal of Microfinance, Environment and Urbanization and Small Enterprise development. He also worked with the South African Press, The Cape Times, Cape Argus, New internationalist, Mail, as well as the Guardian. Together with his father Robert Bauman, they have written The book, “Where to Stash your Cash.” Here’s How the Bull Market Dies
Before he shifted to independent writing, Ted worked with the sovereign society in 2003 where he provided the services as an editor of Plan B Club and the Bauman letter specializing in global migration and matters to do with securing asset. Ted Bauman spent most of his life helping people on a personal level in order to acquire the important resources so as to avoid corporate greed that comes hand in hand with government rules. Ted Bauman Says Amazon Isn’t a Monopoly, Warns Shareholders of Vulnerability