Nadina Iacob holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and European Studies from the University of Bucharest, and a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Banking from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies. At the Hertie School, she focused on quantitative methods for policy analysis, economic and development policies, as well as EU governance. She played an active part in the student community, serving as Vice-President of the Hertie Student Association. Complementing her studies in Berlin, Nadina has worked as a research analyst for the non-profit organisation enpact, designing an indicator-based framework for analysing start-up friendliness in emerging cities. She was awarded a highly competitive scholarship for her master's studies by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Master’s thesis title
Long-term impacts of conditional cash transfers on human capital in developing countries: A quantitative analysis