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Alice is an Economic Analyst. She completed her M.Res in Economics at University College of London (UCL) in September 2017. She also holds an MSc in Economics from University of Turin and a MA in Economics from Collegio Carlo Alberto. Throughout her studies, she has mainly focused on empirical micro-econometric analysis and has become familiar with a variety of econometric techniques. Over the course of her research career, she has developed strong quantitative and analytic background as well as solid computing and software. She has experience in analysing data from both primary and secondary data sources, including surveys and administrative records. Since joining London Economics, she has been involved in a project aimed at analysing the relevant costs and benefits associated with apprenticeship training across the Home nations of the United Kingdom. Further, she has worked on a project aimed at matching the EPS and IDBR records. Recently, she has been involved in a data linking exercise for the Welsh Government aimed at identify learners across different datasets to reconstruct the education history of students in Wales. Her research interests include education and labour economics as well as policy evaluation.