Ph.D. candidate in Economic Geography & Complexity Science at University of Paris 1. In her research she focuses on the extraction of economically valuable information from the data on movements of ships. In particular, she studies the evolution of the maritime trade network, looking for network formation models which could help us to predict the response of the network to critical events. She holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Public Policy from École Polytechnique, Sciences Po Paris & ENSAE.
Supervised by: Arnaud Banos.
Zuzanna holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Public Policy from Ecole Polytechnique, Sciences Po Paris & ENSAE. Her research interests include the evolution of real world networks, algorithmic game theory, network economics and the use of complexity science in the design of efficient public policies.