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Elisabetta obtained her PhD in Development Economics from the University Roma Tre in Italy where she focused on the measurement of multidimensional phenomena, particularly food security and childhood poverty. The suite of indicators she developed during her PhD is now being used by FAO in order to track global progress around food security.
Before joining the Partnership for Child Development at Imperial College London in July 2014, Elisabetta worked at Young Lives as a research assistant. She has also worked as a consultant for the FAO Statistics Division in Rome and UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa on food security.
She teaches modules on Poverty:concepts and measures and Food Security in the Bsc in Global Health and in the Masters in Public Health at Imperial College London and at the Masters in Human Development and Food Security at University Roma Tre.