Since September 2021, I am a PhD researcher at the European University Institute (EUI)’s Department of Political and Social Science in Florence.
My current research interests are at the intersection between political economy, politics and climate change policy. My PhD project seeks to understand what explains climate policy trajectory at country level, and deals more specifically with the political consequences of climate change policy and how various political actors react to the challenges of the decarbonisation of society and the economy.
Before joining the EUI, I worked for two years as research assistant at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels in the Jobs & Skills Unit, specialising in social policy, gender equality, industrial relations and the EU policy-making process. I graduated in 2019 from a dual Master’s degree in European Public Policy and Polical Economy from the London School of Economics (LSE) and Sciences Po Paris. I also hold since 2017 a Bachelor in Social Sciences from Sciences Po Paris and participated in an exchange programme with the Humboldt University in Berlin in 2016-2017.