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Feodora Teti

Doctoral Research Fellow

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Website

https://feodora-teti.weebly.com/

Degree

PhD, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, expected; MSc, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, 2016; MSc, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, 2015; BSc, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, 2013

Areas of Expertise

Economics

Current Research Topics

  • International trade
  • Development economics
  • Applied macroeconomics


Professional Activities

Academic positions

  • Doctoral Research Fellow, Tuck School of Business, 2019

Nonacademic positions

  • Short-term consultant, Development Research Group, The World Bank, 2018
  • Intern, Ernst & Young GmbH, 2013
  • Intern, zeb/rolfes.schierenbeck. associates, 2013
  • Intern, Bayern LB, 2012
  • Intern, HVB UniCredit, 2011

Editorial positions

Referee: Review of International Economics


Awards

  • Bernt Rohrer Foundation scholarship for research visit, 2018
  • German Economic Association award for presenting at an international conference, 2017
  • EEA travel grant, 2017
  • I.S.E.O. Summer School partial scholarship, 2017
  • Hanns-Seidel-Foundation full scholarship, 2016
  • Barcelona Graduate School of Econoics partial tuition waiver, 2014–15
  • Erasmus full scholarship, 2011

Working Papers

  • With G. Felbermayr and E. Yalcin, “On the Profitability of Trade Deflection and the Need for Rules of Origin”

Selected Publications

  • With G. Felbermayr and D. Streich, “Internal Market, Freedom to Provide Services and the Posting of Workers–How Much Bureaucracy Is Compatible With Fair Competition?” Impulse für die Wirtschaftspolitik, 2018
  • With G. Felbermayr, “Preferential Rules of Origin: Costly and Often Unnecessary,” in Multilateralism and Regionalism in EU Trade Policy, Nomos, Baden-Baden, 94, 2017
  • With E. Yalcin, J. Karl, and A. Gerns, “The Development of Foreign Direct Investment,” Der UNCTAD World Investment Report, 69(22), 2016
  • With E. Yalcin, J. Karl, and S. Benz, “The Development of Foreign Direct Investment,” Der UNCTAD World Investment Report, 68(20), 2015