Rebecca Maria Mari is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economic Geography at the London School of Economics.
Her research investigates local private capital development, with a focus on the role of government interventions under credit market frictions. Her causal identifications rely on spatial methods and often exploit natural disasters.

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Her research broadly spans across the fields of financial economics, local development and fiscal policy.
Rebecca is also a Fellow in Political Economy at Mercatus Center in Washington DC.
She has published on Economica and in her career as policy-making economist she has contributed to several speeches and publications on the topics of financial stability and international macroeconomics.
She has previously obtained a M.Sc. In Finance and Economics from the London School of Economics and a B.Sc. In International Economics from Bocconi University.


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