Researcher at CoLABOR – Line of Work, Employment and Technology
A trained economist specialized in public debt, finance and development, with a master’s degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London. Her frameopment, digital technologies. of reference is heterodox, with particular emphasis on Marxian and post-Keynesian theory.
Her most recent research project addresses the impact of technological development on work and employment, in particular the direct implications of information and communication technologies on the organization of the work process and the formation of value chains.
Areas of interest: Impact of Technology on work and employment, Public finances, banking and financialization, remittances from emigrants, economic devel