We remain grateful to our previous members for their involvement and support throughout the years.
The Rare Voices in Economics initiative could not exist today without their help and work.
I did my undergrad at U Mannheim and my Master's at Barcelona GSE. My research interests lie at the intersection of macro, finance, and environmental economics. I am very interested in economic policy and have previously interned at the ECB and the IMF.
In my free time, I enjoy hiking, surfing, playing football, and couch potatoing with a good book.
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 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.