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Name Maria Luísa Ferreira
Organisation  European Investment Bank Institute
Job title Economic Adviser, Head of Social Programme

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Ms Luisa Ferreira joined the European Investment Bank in 1999. She is currently an economic advisor at the EIB Institute, with specific responsibilities for the knowledge and social programmes and overall planning and coordination. Between 1999 and 2012 she was first a senior education economist, then an economic advisor in the Projects Directorate of the Bank, where she was responsible for the economic appraisal of projects and research work in the education (with special emphasis on the financing aspects of higher education) and social sectors. She was also Head of the EIB-Universities Research Action Programme. Between 2003 and 2004 she was a senior education analyst in the Education Directorate of the OECD, where she was responsible for a project on the role of education and training policy in promoting equity and social cohesion. Prior to joining the European Investment Bank she worked as a senior human resources economist at the World Bank (1992-1999), mainly involved in project and research work on education and social protection issues in Eastern Africa and Latin America. She also held teaching positions in Portugal at the Portuguese Catholic University and at the New University of Lisbon and research positions in the USA. She graduated in economics from the Portuguese Catholic University (Portugal), completed the course work for the MSc at the New University of Lisbon, and holds an MA and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA).

Ms Ferreira is of Portuguese nationality.

Maria Luísa works for European Investment Bank Institute


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