In this blog
- Responding to Public Health Crises: Avoiding a Legacy of Social Unrest and Conflict
- Mosquitoes, malaria and the spread of slavery in the US
Elena Esposito is Assistant Professor at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne.
She is an applied economist with research interests in the fields of development economics, economic growth, political economy, and economic history.
Elena Esposito earned a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bologna in 2014 and she joined the department of Economics at the European University Institute (Italy) as “Max Weber Fellow”.
She spent research periods at the departments of economics at universities in the USA. She also worked as an economic researcher and consultant for several international organizations, participating to projects with UNICEF, the European Commission and the World Bank, among others.
Full profile: www.hec.unil.ch/people/eesposito