Laura Puccio

Policy Analyst, European Parliamentary Research Service at European Parliament

Laura Puccio obtained a Bachelor degree (Bsc) in International Economics and Management (2006) from Bocconi University (Milan, Italy), a Masters degree (MA) in International Affairs (2008) from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Paris (France) and an LLM in Comparative, International and European Law (2009) from the EUI (Florence, Italy). In June 2013, she defended her PhD in law at the European University Institute - EUI (Fiesole, Italy). Her research interests are mainly in international and European trade regulation and law and economics. Since December 2014, Laura works for the European Parliamentary Research Service of the European Parliament as Policy Analyst specialised in trade law and policy as well as Desk Officer for transatlantic relations (focusing mainly on EU-US economic relations). Previously she was a Post-doctoral Fellow and a DISSETTLE Fellow at the ULB (ECARES).