Agustina Korenblit is an Associate Research Assistant at CEPS.
With two years of experience in the consulting sector, Agustina provided financial management and advisory services to various different private companies. She recently completed her Master’s thesis related to the effects of regional trade agreements on the environment.
Agustina has carried out a development project as part of their Master studies. Such project aimed at ensuring food security for a particular group of vulnerable people in Tbilisi, Georgia. In addition, she has written different reports in relation to trade, innovation and productivity.
She has experience in data collection and analysis, including the use of econometric techniques. She has also experience in strategic planning, forecast and financial reporting.
Agustina is a Master student in Sustainable Development Economics at Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC) in Paris, France. In addition, she holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics (Bac+5), with a strong background in Macroeconomics and Public Finances, from the National University of La Plata, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has also undertaken a Capital Market Operator course at Instituto Argentino de Mercado deCapitales (IAMC), also in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Mother tongue Spanish, she is fluent in English and French.