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I have a bachelor's degree from the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) and a master's in Economics from the HEC Lausanne (Switzerland). My research fields are Political Economy, with a focus on the interaction between organized crime and institutions, Labour Economics, and Migration Economics.
Outside academia, I love hiking and biking around Switzerland and dancing swing.
I grew up between Brazil, the United States, and France, and started my career in policy work at the Climate Investment Funds (a Trust Fund of the World Bank) before starting my PhD in political economy in Lausanne. I am interested in political economy, development economics, and climate change economics, all from a micro perspective. I am currently running a field experiment in Bogotá, and am exploring different facets of the effects of climate change on conflict and development.
University of Lausanne
I hold a BSc. in Economics from the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and an MSc. in Environmental and Natural Ressource Economics from the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). My research interests lie mainly in climate policy design and energy market regulation, with a focus on applied microeconomic theory.
Language lover, keen baker, voracious taveller and recent runner. I'm at my happiest on a long walk or sharing a beer with good friends.
I did my undergrad studies at the University of Bern and my Master's at HEC Lausanne, both with a focus on Economics. After an exchange semester at NHH in Bergen, Norway, I was an intern at Swiss Economics. My main research interest is theoretical industrial organization.
Besides being a sweet tooth, I am passionate about fashion and sports. As a chionophile, you will find me on any type of ski during the winter months.
I have a bachelor's from the University of Delhi and masters from the University of East Anglia and The Graduate Institute. In the past, I have worked with JPAL, the World Bank, WIPO, and ITC. My research covers areas of Public Policy, Gender, and Conflict.
I am also a travel and yoga enthusiast and turned vegan recently.
I hold a BSc in Management and a MSc in Economics from the University of Bologna (Italy), where I am also an alumna of Collegio Superiore of Alma Mater Studiorum. Before starting my PhD, I worked for the Center for CeRP at Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin. My research focuses on Education, Gender and Labor Economics.
I am a keen Opera lover and I try to put my degree in violin to good use when I have time. I love cycling, running, hiking and virtually any activity taking place outdoors or in a theater.
I spent my undergraduate years in Beijing at Renmin University of China. After my studies in the master's program in Economics at the Graduate Institute, I have moved to the University of Lausanne to pursue my PhD degree. My research interests lie in macroeconomics, especially on small and medium firms' borrowing constraints and its implications.