Carolina B Pavese
Carolina’s thesis explores different strategies of international cooperation, asking whether or not the engagement between two actors in a multilateral context is influenced by shifts in the pattern of their cooperation at the bilateral level.
Addressing this issue, she investigates European Union-Brazil relations in three issue- areas: Climate change (UNFCCC), Trade (WTO), and Human rights (UNHRC).
Since March 2011, Carolina has also been working at the Grantham Research Institute as a Research Assistant, and as a Graduate Teaching Assistant to the International Organizations Course, offered by the Department of International Relations, LSE.
Carolina has been a PhD Candidate in International Relations since 2009. Her thesis is supervised by Professor Karen Smith, at the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Since March 2011, Carolina has been working at the Grantham Research Institute as a Research Assistant. Currently, she is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant to the International Organizations Course offered by the Department of International Relations, LSE.
Before moving to London, Carolina spent two years in Brussels, where she worked for the European Commission and for consultancies and lobby groups, always dealing with European Politics and Institutions.
Carolina holds a Master’s in International Relations (UNESP- Brazil), a Diploma in European Studies (European College of Parma, Italy), in addition to a BA in Social Sciences (UFSC-Brazil) and a BA in International Relations (UNISUL- Brazil).
- Climate change;
- EU-Brazil Relations;
- and Trade.