Maria Masood is currently a Senior Research Associate at the University of Geneva where her research focuses on the analysis of the cultural determinants of trade and the political economy of trade in cultural products. She also collaborates with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) in Geneva as a Trade expert, working on the regional integration of developing countries with an emphasis on gender. She has also worked with the Fondation pour les études et recherches sur le developpement international (Ferdi) on international trade and cultural economics issues. Maria Masood has obtained a PhD in Economics in 2016 at the University of Geneva on the analysis of trade in cultural goods after obtaining a Master in Economics at CERDI with a major in Development Economics in 2010.
1 published article
In November 2014, during the 15th Francophonie Summit in Dakar, an “economic strategy for La Francophonie” was adopted for the first time, thereby underscoring the privileged economic relations between countries which share a common language. La Francophonie makes it possible to promote trade...