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Alexandra Dumitru

Econoom

Alexandra Dumitru werkt als macro-econoom bij RaboResearch Global Economics & Markets.

Tot haar aandachtsgebied behoren de economische en politieke ontwikkelingen in het VK en Ierland. Alexandra is ook betrokken bij onderzoek en projecten op de thema’s klimaatverandering en energie, zoals de UNEP FI TCFD werkgroep.

Alexandra werkt sinds februari 2013 als econoom bij de Rabobank en heeft zich in de eerste vijf jaar gericht op landenrisicobeleid in verschillende regio’s, waaronder bijna vier jaar Latijns-Amerika. Daarvoor vervulde zij diverse functies voor UTZ Certified, een certificeringsprogramma voor duurzame landbouw, en het Private Sector Investeringsprogramma (PSI), een subsidieprogramma van de Nederlandse overheid voor ontwikkelingssamenwerking (OS), in dit geval het bestrijden van armoede door economische ontwikkeling. Alexandra heeft algemene economie gestudeerd aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Publicaties Alexandra Dumitru

Economisch commentaar

Brexit Update: Game over? (Engelstalig)

Theresa May has said she will resign on 7 June, after her last attempt to save the EU-UK deal failed to garner sufficient support last week. A tougher stance on Brexit and more political turmoil are likely to follow.

Themabericht

Brexit Update: Going nowhere fast (Engelstalig)

The UK held local elections in England and Northern Ireland on May, 2nd. The Conservatives and Labour took a drubbing in the polls. Meanwhile, Tory- Labour talks on the desired Brexit outcome are going nowhere fast.

Economisch commentaar

Brexit Update: Flextension, the sequel (Engelstalig)

Article 50 was extended for a second time during a special EU summit on 10 April. The new cut-off date is 31 October, the date by which the UK must have approved the Withdrawal Agreement (WA) and have translated it to domestic law. An earlier departure is possible as soon as the UK ratifies a withdrawal deal with the EU.

Special

The economic bill of Brexit pre-Brexit (Engelstalig)

At first glance, the economy of the United Kingdom hasn’t suffered much from Brexit. However, appearances are deceiving and the steady growth of the past two years masks underlying Brexit damage.

Economisch commentaar

Brexit Update: In uncharted territory, again (Engelstalig)

Article 50 was extended during the EU Summit of 21-22 March. The new cut-off date is 12 April, the deadline for UK to either approve the Withdrawal Agreement or come up with a follow up plan that includes a decision on holding European Parliament (EP) elections.

Economisch commentaar

Brexit Update: Out of control (Engelstalig)

An extension of article 50 is highly likely now that the British Parliament approved this outcome on 14 March, However, given complications around holding a third meaningful vote on the deal, the final decision on the extension could come as late as 29 March.