Beatrice holds a MSc in Economic Development and Growth from University Carlos III of Madrid, with a focus on Latin American economies.
She also completed a MSc in European Economy and Business Law, and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, both from Rome’s Tor Vergata University.
She has acquired a strong analytical and qualitative background that has provided her with a critical understanding of the economic and political dynamics of both the EU and Latin America.
Beatrice spent her years of study between Italy, Spain and Argentina.
For her dissertation, she focused on inequality, poverty and migration in Argentina during the 20th century, using micro-data from archive sources.
She is fluent in Italian, Spanish and English, and has a good knowledge of Portuguese.
Beatrice has a strong interest in social and institutional aspects of international development, mainly related to impact evaluation, poverty and inequality.
She has also been involved in several volunteering activities including a detention centre for minors in Rome, a shelter for abandoned children in Buenos Aires and work with refugees in Catania.
BSc Economics, Tor Vergata University, Rome, 2015