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Michelle Hallack is an economist responsible for the Energy Division’s knowledge area at the Inter-American Development Bank, where she coordinates the technical assistance group on regulation and energy policy. She is also an adjunct professor of Economics at Federal Fluminense University (Brazil) and an Energy Policy Advisor at the Florence School of Regulation (where she is the Course Co-Director of the online training course the Introduction to Regulation of Gas Market).

Michelle has more than 10 years of experience in research and consulting on regulatory economics, and has published several articles, working documents and book chapters. Michelle has worked for both public and private sectors around the world (including Latin American, European and Asian countries). 

Since 2009 she has collaborated on research activities at the EUI, where she has presented her work at numerous international conferences, seminars and training session.

Michelle holds a PhD from the University of Paris Sud XI of Economics, a M.Res from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, an European Master (EMIN) and a Diploma in Economics Sciences of the State University of Campinas.

 

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