Dr. Flavia Donadelli is a Teaching Fellow in Public Policy and Administration in the Department of Government at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) since 2016. She pursued her PhD in Political Science at LSE and is also part of the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR) in the same institution. Her research focuses on public policies and administrative reforms in developing countries and on changes in environmental policies and regulations in Brazil. During her PhD, she focused on Brazilian regulatory changes in the areas of forests, access to genetic resources and pesticides.
Before starting her PhD, Flavia obtained two Master Degrees, one in International Relations at University of São Paulo (USP), and the second in Regulations at London School of Economics (LSE). During her Masters she focused on the role of private regulation for the conservation of forests in Latin America. Apart from her academic experience, she has also worked with corporate social responsibility in a large Brazilian food company; as a partnership coordinator in an international environmental NGO and as a consultant for an Animal Welfare organization in the UK.
- Public policies
- Protected Areas
- Access to genetic resources and benefit sharing