ALICE BIGHINZOLI is currently enrolled in a Double Degree program between Bocconi University and the Institut d’études politiques de Paris.
She attended her first year of master in Milan, studying Economics and Management of Public Administration and International Organizations. During the second year in Paris, she focused her studies on European policies and governance, attending the master in European Affairs.
Alice obtained the bachelor degree in Economics at Bocconi University. She studied a term abroad at Dartmouth College, U.S.A, where she became interested in development economics issues.To pursue this passion, in 2013 she took part to a summer internship program in Dhaka, Bangladesh. There, she worked at Grameen Bank, the microcredit institution founded by the Nobel prize laureate Muhammad Yunus.
In January 2014 she joined Action Institute, in order to deepen and put into effect the willingness of enhancement and improvement of the Italian administration and society
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