MESCI-Development Economics and International Cooperation

Master in
Development Economics and
International Cooperation

Alumni 2009/2010



I’m 27 and I studied in Italy.
During my academic carrier I’ve obtained a first level degree in Political Science with honours with a thesis in History of International Relations (“Carter Administration and the crisis in Nicaragua”). In 2007 I took a second level Italian degree in Economic Analysis with honours .
I would really like to have an occasion to analyse in which way governmental and international institutions are achieving the Millennium Development Goals, which are the shortcomings of development economics foundations nowadays and how successful experiences in Third World could be of example to solve distribution problems in EC countries. I speak fluently English, Spanish and a little bit of French.