Beatriz is a PhD candidate in Economic Geography and a Scholar in the International Inequalities Institute. Her main research areas include applied labor and regional economics, with an emphasis on the political and economic consequences associated with spatial inequalities. Beatriz is currently working on two separate projects: the first one focuses on the political impact of perceptions regarding regional disparities in Spain; the second deals with the rising importance of non-standard employment and its effects on wages and longer-term labor market outcomes in urban areas.
Beatriz has previously held research and policy positions at the OECD, Forcier Consulting, the European Commission and several NGOs. She holds an MSc. in Local Economic Development (with Distinction) from the LSE, a BA in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Laws (with Distinction) from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
MY464: Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Media and Communications
GY140: Introduction to Geographical Research
'Analysing and Challenging Inequalities' scholar at the International Inequalities Institute (LSE)
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