FRANCESCA RINALDI is about to receive her bachelor’s degree in Economics from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, after an exchange semester at the University of Vienna. She complements her background in economics with a Minor in Digital Humanities, as student of Ca’ Foscari International College, and one in Philosophy for Social Sciences. She has previous experience as research assistant both in an economic think-tank and in a university research centre in philosophy of science.
Her interests lie at the intersection between labour and welfare economics domains, with an emphasis on systemic inequalities related to age, gender, and migration.
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