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Senior policy analyst, UNESCO.
Anna Cristina D'Addio is a senior policy analyst in the global education monitoring report team at UNESCO. Her interests include inequality, poverty and financial education.
Anna Cristina D'Addio is an economist by background. She
holds a PhD in quantitative economics from CORE (European Doctoral Program) and
IRES (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium), a PhD in public economics (University of
Pavia) and a Master’s in quantitative economics from CORE (UCL, Belgium).
She works as a senior policy analyst in the global education monitoring report team at UNESCO where she leads on the thematic part of the Global Report and of the Gender Report. Prior to this position, D'Addio has worked for more than 10 years at the OECD on a comprehensive list of issues ranging from inequality, poverty, the intergenerational transmission of education and income, the life course approach to social policy, financial education and literacy, ageing unequally, pensions adequacy and sustainability, and the decline of fertility, with a particular emphasis on the role of policies. In that role she co-authored leading OECD publications such as ‘Growing Unequal?’, and the various editions of ‘Pensions at a Glance’ and ‘Pensions Outlook’, among others.
Before starting her career in international organisation, D'Addio was a research professor in micro-econometrics applied to labour market and education issues. She has taught and carried out research at the Center for Applied Econometrics, University of Copenhagen; at the Higher Institute for Labour Studies, Catholic University of Leuven; at the Department of Economics, University of Aarhus; at the Center for Research in Integration, Education, Qualifications and Marginalization, of the Aarhus Business School; at the Center of Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE), and IRES of the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve.