Dr Annalisa Marini
+44 (0) 1392 726291
Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK
Annalisa received her Laurea in Political Sciences from the University of Milan (Italy) before getting an MSc in Econometrics and Economics from the University of York (UK) and her PhDs in Economics from both the University of Milan (Italy) and the University of Bristol (UK). After her PhD studies she worked at Queen Mary University of London (UK) as teaching fellow, then she got research positions first at the University of Pennsylvania (USA) and since 2016 at the University of Exeter (UK).
Annalisa is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary researcher. She works mainly in applied econometrics. She has broad research interests and she has papers on various topics, including the impact of cognitive and noncognitive skills on individual behaviours, social interactions, identity, discrimination, Global Food Security and resilience in the food system, cultural and institutional economics, economic growth and development. In her contributions she applies a wide range of techniques to investigate economic outcomes.
During her career Annalisa has received various studentships/scholarships/fellowships, research grants and funds to develop her ideas.
Languages: Italian (native), English (fluent), Spanish (fluent - DELE C2, nivel superior), French (fluent - DELF B2, vantage), Mandarin Chinese (beginner)
- Laurea (University of Milan)
- MSc (University of York)
- PhD (University of Bristol and University of Milan)
- econometrics, applied econometrics
- behavioral economics
- identity, discrimination and segregation
- cultural and institutional economics
- social interactions
- public policy
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Annalisa has gained a broad teaching experience during her career. She has taught modules in econometrics, financial econometrics, microeconomics, macroeconomics and quantitative methods at both undergraduate and graduate levels. She has been invited lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania (USA) and at the University of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (China).
- quantitative methods