Valentina Gonzalez-Rostani is a Ph.D. student focusing on Comparative Politics and Methods. Her main research interests lie at the intersection of International Political Economy and Comparative Politics.
Her current research focuses on the political consequences of technological change. She is also interested in the analysis of international trade, labor informality, and labor policies.
Valentina is from Uruguay, where she taught classes on labor relations and administration at the Universidad de la Republica. Before coming to Pitt, she obtained a MA in Public Policies at the Universidad Católica del Uruguay and a BA in Public Accounting from Universidad de la Republica.
Education & Training
- MA, Public Policies –Universidad Católica del Uruguay, 2019
- Specialization in Methods, – Universidad Católica del Uruguay, 2017
- BA, Public Accounting – Universidad de la Republica, 2015