Beatriz’s research revolves around the study of inequalities, whether spatial, political, or related to labor market outcomes. She is currently working on two separate projects: the first one focuses on voter perceptions about globalization and regional disparities and their connection to rising support in favor of radical political outfits; the second deals with patterns of inequality in local labor markets in Spain.
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 from LSE, and a BA in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Laws from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Provisional thesis title
Essays in wage inequality and political polarization
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)
Prof Neil Lee
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