As you might have seen, we have new coordinators around! We would like to introduce ourselves, so we get to know each other better. We are very excited and looking forward for the new projects and events for the next years. Feel free to get in touch any time.
Francisco Javier Ardila Suarez is a doctoral candidate at the Humboldt University of Berlin, MA in Global Studies (HU Berlin/FLACSO/Chulalongkorn) and BA in Economics (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia). Founder of Mal Economista, El Espectador, Colombia. Organizer of the Inequality Working Group since 2017. His main research Interest: Inequality, Social Replication, Migration, Political Economy, Philosophy of Science.
Maria Cristina Barbieri Góes is a PhD Candidate at Roma Tre University in Rome. She holds a Master in International Economics (Berlin School of Economics and Law), a Master in Analyse et Politique Economiques (Université Paris 13 – Sorbonne Paris Cité) and a Bachelor in Economic Science (University of Campinas – Brazil). Her research interests are growth theory, household debt, wealth and income inequality and taxation.
Natassia Nascimento is a PhD candidate at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro – UFRJ, Brazil. She holds a master in Economics from Universidade Federal Fluminense, also in Brazil and a Bachelor in Economics in UFRJ. During her masters, she spent a semester in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and she recently returned from a 8 months period in Kings College, in London, as a visiting scholar for her PhD research. Her main interests are in Public Sector Economics, Wealth and Income inequality and Progressive Taxation, specially Inheritance Tax, Wealth Tax and Property Taxes.
Nice to meet you =)