I got a master degree in Cooperation, Development and Transnational Markets at the University of Turin (ITA) and a Master of Science in Development Economics at the University of Sussex (UK). My passion towards development studies has arisen after an experience as a research assistant in Salinas de Guaranda, a mountain district in Ecuador. My current interests are Labour Economics, Economics of Education, Impact Evaluation methods and Randomized Controlled Trials. My curriculum studiorum and working experience have given me the tools to go further into the study of the major theoretical and methodological issues in the development field. However, I still feel a passionate beginner! I believe that sharing info is the most efficient way to be aware of the world, even without giving up the most traditional channels of the knowledge. That is why I initiated this blog.