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    Dalila Ribaudo is a Lecturer in International Business at Aston Business School. Dalila is an applied economist whose main research interest is to understand the determinants of MNCs' location choices, the impact of Green Technologies in cross-border investments and GVCs, and the driving forces of productivity disparities in regions and urban areas. She has expertise in using micro and macro data at various levels of geographical disaggregation. 
    She held a visiting fellowship at the National Council for Research in Spain. Dalila is growing experience in publishing in international outlets such as Research Policy. 

    Dalila has also participated in external collaborarions projects at ILO, UNCTAD and ADB.

    Research Interests

    I have a multidisciplinary background in Economics and International Business. I am interested in understanding the main forces behind firms' decision-making in urban areas, cross-border investments in green technologies in both developed and developing countries, and ultimately the factors that impact the productivity-exit disparities for firms in urban areas. 
    I have gained experience employing econometrics tools using statistical software such as STATA and R and occasionally QGIS for geographical analysis. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD, Transportation Infrastructures, Location and Productivity. A micro-geography approach

    1 Nov 201721 Mar 2021

    Award Date: 26 Mar 2021

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