She is engaged in research and teaching. Before she started her PhD, she gained experience working in great multinationals. She obtained an MSc in European & International Development at the University of Glasgow where she got her interest in research. Her PhD project explores the trends of agglomeration of the service economy in the 21st century in the United States and their geographical and time persistence.
- September 2015: European Historical EconomicsSociety Annual Conference –Pisa “ICT Revolution: Localization of Service Sector Employees in the Long Run”
- March 2015: EHS Annual Conference Economic History Society (Telford Campus) “ICT Revolution: Localization of Service Sector Employees in the Long Run”
- July 2013: VIII European Historical Economics Society Summer School - Historical Economics Society and Instituto Figuerola “A snapshot on service localization patterns: the
service sector in the United States of America in 1980”