Ana Sofia Oliveira Gonçalves
Intern,
Bertelsmann Stiftung

 

Sofia joined the Bertelsmann Stiftung in October 2015 as intern, supporting the Global Economic Dynamics Project.

She holds a Master of Sciences degree in Economics from the Nova School of Business and Economics (Lisbon, Portugal), where she specialised in Applied Policy Analysis.

Her previous professional experiences include internships with the Portuguese Ministry of Economics (Lisbon, Portugal), the British Embassy (Lisbon, Portugal) and the European Economic and Social Committee (Brussels, Belgium). Furthermore, she worked as an Assistant Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (Lisbon, Portugal).

Sofia’s research interests include complex european micro and macro economic developments, development economics and health economics amongst others.

Ana Sofia Oliveira Goncalves
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Pascal Lamy on TTIP and EU and US Regulatory Convergence
Pascal Lamy highlighted the importance of TTIP in leading the EU and the US to convergence in regulatory matters, which would impact the rest of the world


Pascal Lamy talked about a world of trade precaution instead of protection, in one of his comments at the GED sponsored “Multilateral Regionalism and Emerging Markets – Opportunities and Risks in Global Trade” panel at the Global Economic Symposium in Kiel. He highlighted the importance of TTIP in leading the EU and the US to convergence in regulatory matters, which would impact the rest of the world. More ...

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Views on TTIP and ISDS at the Global Economic Symposium
Guest Speakers made insightful remarks on TTIP and ISDS (Investor State Dispute Settlement) at the Global Economic Symposium in Kiel


Guest Speakers made insightful remarks on TTIP and ISDS (Investor State Dispute Settlement) at the GED sponsored “Multilateral Regionalism and Emerging Markets – Opportunities and Risks in Global Trade” panel at the Global Economic Symposium in Kiel More ...