Emma Traini is a Research Assistant at Lear. She graduated in December 2021 from a Master of Science (MSc) in Economic and Social Sciences at Bocconi University with a thesis on the role of parents’ risk attitudes in children’s secondary school track choice. During her MSc, she did an internship at the Brussels Delegation of Confindustria, where she had the opportunity to focus on EU policy activities. Her areas of competence were Economic and Financial Affairs and Competition policies.
In 2019 she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Social Sciences from Bocconi University. In this period, she spent one semester abroad at the University of Glasgow as an exchange student, during which she deepened her knowledge on different themes related to Competition Economics.