Maria is an economist with strong academic experience in microeconomics and econometrics.
During her time at Alma Economics, Maria has carried out extensive quantitative and qualitative research for several high-profile projects, including on issues around housing, energy and the environment, as well as health and wellbeing.
Maria recently contributed to a project on offshore wind power generation for the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), which was funded by EEA grants. Maria designed and carried out Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) aiming to identify the social impact of offshore wind farms in Greece, focusing on key areas of impact that included employment and tourism.
Maria holds a Master’s in Analysis and Policy in Economics from the Paris School of Economics.