Isabel Anaya Longaric specialised in economics, data science and international relations at the Hertie School. Prior to joining the Hertie School, she completed a Bachelor of Science in Economics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She also spent a semester abroad at Georgetown University, where she participated in courses ranging from economics to public diplomacy. Her professional experience includes working as the women’s representative of the School of Economics and Business where she deepened her understanding of gender equality issues and the importance of empowering women around the world. Moreover, Isabel worked as a research assistant for Professor Christian Traxler and Professor Luciana Cingolani at the Hertie School, where she expanded her knowledge in econometrics, statistics, behavioral economics and public policy while contributing to their research.
Master’s thesis title
Populist attitudes and voter behaviour: Evidence from Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico and the United States