Marketa Jerabek joined the King’s Brazil Institute in 2017. She is part of the joint PhD degree programme in International Relations between King’s College London and University of São Paulo (USP).
She holds a BA in Political Economics from Universität Luzern, Switzerland (2013) with an exchange semester, which focused on Economics at School of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting with Ribeirão Preto of University of São Paulo (FEA-RP/USP).
She holds a MSc in International Relations from University of São Paulo, funded by the Brazilian Ministry of Education (CAPES Foundation). In her master's thesis, she researched on how political institutions affect economic performance in Latin America.
She is also a researcher in the USP research group, International Politics and Economics Núcleo de Estudos em Política e Economia Internacional (NEPEI-USP).
Marketa is interested in international political economy, comparative political economy, globalisation, quality of democracy and economic development.
Her research is on the relationship between economic, social and political globalisation and the quality of democracy in a time-series cross-section analysis. She is supported by the Brazilian Ministry of Education (CAPES Foundation).
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