I am a lead economist at the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations with over 8 years of experience across the public and private sector as well as academia. Before joining FAO, I worked as a research economist at the World Trade Organization, as well as the OECD, the ILO, the Center fo Finance and Development and Bruegel.
I hold a PhD in Development Economics from the Geneva Graduate Institute, under the co-supervision of Prof. Martina Viarengo and Prof. Jean-Louis Arcand, and two Masters in Economics from the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the University of Turin.
My research covers the fields of Economics of Education, Labor Economics, International Trade, Agricultural Economics and Applied Microeconometrics, with a particular focus on the application of statistical modelling and impact evaluation techniques.
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