Audrey-Anne de Ubeda
Research Assistant in Development economics at FERDI
1 published article
Audrey-Anne de Ubeda is a Research Assistant at FERDI (Foundation for Studies and Research on International Development). Her research focuses on regional integration in the CFA franc zone (WAEMU and CEMAC). She is also working on the Culture and Development Program.
Audrey-Anne de Ubeda holds a M.A. from Sciences Po Lyon (International Affairs) and a M.A in Macro and Development economics from the Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE). Prior to joining Ferdi, she worked in Chile and South Africa in the field of international cooperation and development assistance.
She is currently pursuing a PhD degree in Development Economics on the links between trust and economic development, under the supervision of Vianney Dequiedt (CERDI, Université Clermont Auvergne) and Céline Carrère (University of Geneva).