Martina Possanzini holds a Bachelor degree in Economics and Social Sciences at Bocconi University, where she is currently a MSc student in Economics and Management of Governments and International Organizations.
During her Bachelor, she was an Erasmus student at University of Glasgow (Scotland, U.K.). During High School, she spent one year abroad as exchange student at Livermore High School (California, U.S.A.).
Her main interests are economic development, inclusive growth and European affairs.
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