Arianna Vivoli is a PhD student enrolled in the PhD course in Development Economics at the Universities of Trento and Florence, with a thesis on the effects of international trade on the labour market dynamics of middle and low-income countries, with a focus on gender differences.
After graduating in Economics and Development from the University of Florence, in 2018 she worked as a consultant at the UN-WTO International Trade Center in Geneva in the Agri-business team, in projects on the development of global value chains. She specialises in quantitative analysis and has experience in data analysis using quasi-experimental methods. Her main fields of interest are labour market, gender economics and international economics.
Inclusive Development - Researcher