Martina F. Ferracane is a policy analyst at the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE). Her work focuses on EU sectoral policies, especially in the areas of international trade, health care and digital innovation.
She has worked in the area of private sector development at the European Commission, and at the Trade and Investment Division of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific in Bangkok. She currently leads an association promoting digital fabrication in high schools and recently spent a few months in a FabLab in Brazil to learn digital fabrication techniques.
Martina holds a master’s degree (honours) in economic internationalization, integration and international trade from the University of Valencia in Spain, and a bachelor’s (honours) degree in economics and institutions of international and European integration from the Sapienza University of Rome.