Noemi Pace is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, University “Ca’ Foscari” of Venice and Research Fellow at the Department of Economics and Business at LUISS Guido Carlo University in Rome. She is currently working on the investigation of non-standard theories of economic behaviour under risk and ambiguity.
She was previously Research Fellow at the Centre for International Health and Development at University College London where she was involved in research projects on the role of networks in development programs' and on their economic impact. In particular, she carried out a study of networks and linkages as they relate to the effects of a women group intervention in improving health outcomes in Nepal.
During her doctoral studies, Noemi Pace was a visiting researcher at the Center for Health Policy at Stanford University, where she was working with professor Jay Bhattacharya on a research project on the externalities of health insurance on body weight decisions in the US. She was also an intern at the Sphere Institute, a non-profit organization providing the government with expertise and technical assistance on a variety of health policy issues.
She has published in the areas of health economics and applied microeconomics. Her current research interests are health economics and experimental economics.
She previously worked as teaching assistant in undergraduate and graduate courses at University of Rome "Tor Vergata" and LUISS Guido Carli University, and as research analyst for the Investment Promotion Unit at the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Amman, Jordan.
She holds a B.A. in Economics, a Master Degree in Development Economics and a PhD in Economic Theory from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata."
ANAADUMBA Oscar Atiim
My deepest passion has always been on working hard to deepen and broaden my knowledge and skills; this however, I derive satisfaction from the process of exploring, analyzing and presenting a possible solution to a known or unknown problem in other to save or make life easier for humans. Being challenged is something I have loved most growing up as a child, and it is an opportunity to admitted into University of Rome¨Tor Vergata¨to Pursue a Masters in Development Economics and International Co-operation considering my prospect of becoming an economist. My name is ANAADUMBA ATIIM OSCAR, and am a Civil Engineer from Ghana. I anticipate a future full of challenges. For this reason, I believe the knowledge and skills am acquiring will put me in a better position to competently help overcome such challenges or problems. The real world will be open ended with no wrong or right answer, it will be the task of one or a group to find a solution and stand up to it, convincing others its right. This challenge is something I look forward to in life. The best choice and I humbly recommend that you apply to join this program in other to try to make the world a better place.
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Upon completion of your Masters in Development Economics, you will have the skills to work in consulting firms specialising in development; governmental bodies such as the Department for International Development (DFID); in major international, financial and development institutions such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund or the United Nations; or in the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), which regularly recruits MSc students for overseas postings.