Elisabetta Aurino

Elisabetta Aurino
Assistant Professor, Department of Economic History, World Economy and Institutions, University of Barcelona

Elisabetta Aurino is an economist whose research focuses on child nutrition, health, education and broader well-being outcomes. She received her PhD in Economics from University of Roma Tre (Italy), and subsequently she has worked at Young Lives, University of Oxford, and at the School of Public Health and the Business School at Imperial College. She also consulted for the University of Pennsylvania, United Nations FAO, IFAD, and the European Commission. Her research focuses on scalable interventions to support child development in both low-income and humanitarian contexts. She is a Jacobs Foundation Research Fellow 2021-2023.

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Autumn Brown, Sharon Wolf, Elisabetta Aurino, Murphy Richard Edro, Edward Tsinigo / 20 January 2022
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