Research assistants & interns

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Inês Goncalves Raposo

Research Intern

Twitter: @inesgraposo

Inês Goncalves Raposo, a Portuguese citizen, works as a Research Intern in the European Macroeconomics and Governance area. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics and a Master's Degree in Economics from NOVA SBE, with a major in Macroeconomics and Financial Markets.

In her master thesis, "Fiscal Dynamics and Electoral Behaviour in the Eurozone", she described how dynamics of fiscal adjustments differ across Eurozone countries and assessed the role of elections and partisanship in those dynamics.

Previous to joining Bruegel, Inês has worked in the Financial Stability Department of Banco de Portugal. Her research interests include political economy, fiscal policy, macroeconomics and macroprudential policy.

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The impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland: a first look

Following the proposal from the Scottish Government that Scotland remain in the Single Market, the differing “Brexpectations” of the UK’s four constituent countries are once again back in the news. Scotland is getting a lot of attention in the Brexit debate, but Northern Ireland is an equally interesting case.

By: Filippo Biondi and Inês Goncalves Raposo Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Date: December 22, 2016