Emanuele Sessa started working as a researcher associated to the Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association and the International Research Centre on Cooperative Finance at HEC Montreal, right after obtaining an MSc in International Development Studies from the University of Amsterdam, with a thesis on the role of private consultants in the European Neighbourhood Policy. He had previously obtained a double bachelor degree in Economics and Geography from the Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne and worked three years as a junior consultant in development cooperation, accumulating field experience in various countries participating in the European Neighbourhood Policy, namely Albania, Moldova, Morocco and Ukraine.

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Emanuele currently assists Prof. Rym Ayadi in the overall scientific coordination of EMNES, including preparation of EMNES overall concept and integration framework, deployment of EMNES communication strategy, overall coordination of EMNES research areas as well as organization, participation and reporting of EMNES Steering Committees, Scientific Workshops and other events. He is also assisting Prof. Ayadi in the coordination of the research on private sector development and contributing to the research carried-out under the research areas on finance and trade policy and regional integration.


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