Chiara Del Giovane is a Research Assistant at CEPS. In the Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation, and Digital Economy (GRID) unit, she has been dealing with global and European governance and the EU’s actorness in the areas of sustainable development and, more recently, public health governance in emergency periods. She has been conducting research aimed at providing innovative solutions to effectively address COVID-19 and future potential health emergencies, in addition to her research on global value chains and trade issues. In her research, she applies qualitative and quantitative methods, while also relying on consultation activities, such as targeted surveys and interviews with relevant actors.
Before joining CEPS, she gained extensive knowledge in international trade, European policies, and economic research. She was an intern at the Permanent Mission of the European Union to the WTO, at the Economic Research and Statistics Division of the WTO and at the Permanent Mission of Italy to the WTO.
Chiara holds a M.Sc. awarded cum laude in European Economy and Business Law from the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy), she studied as an Erasmus student at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra (Portugal) and she holds a bachelor’s in International Economics from the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Mother tongue Italian, she is fluent in English and she has good knowledge of French and Spanish.