The Public Sphere is a journal of international policy studies produced by postgraduate students at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s School of Public Policy.
We publish evidence-based research in economic policy, public management, international affairs, development studies and social policy. The journal offers contributors and readers an active space to rethink, critically analyse and address important policy problems. The Public Sphere welcomes submissions that contribute to vibrant debate from advanced students in relevant degree programs, academics and practitioners.
This second podcast of the year hosts the 2020 Global Public Policy Network Competition (GPPN)’s winning team. In a casual interview, the five participants from the Master of Public Administration at the London School of Economics introduce their project, discuss their experience during the GPPN conference and provide advice for future participants.
Antonia Ramm is part of the first-year MPA cohort. She holds a bachelor degree in Economics from Maastricht University. Before coming to the LSE, she worked in Public Consulting and Telecommunication.
Carmen Mira is a first year MPA student at the LSE. Before coming to the LSE, she completed her bachelor's degree at Sciences Po and worked on transport policy at the International Air Transport Association.
Born and raised in Italy in 1997, Filippo Bandini graduated in International Politics and Government from Bocconi University. He’s now a first-year MPA student at the LSE.
Victoria Suarez, previously entrepreneur in Spain working on bridging the gap between companies and the needs and expectations of youth. She studied Law & Business as her bachelor's degree and is now a first year MPA student at the LSE.
Zakaria Bekkali is an Italian-Moroccan firstyear MPA student at the LSE. Prior to attending the LSE, he majored in Politics and Economics at Bocconi University, Italy.
The interview is hosted by Arthur Pendaries, a second year MPA student and Lead Podcast Editor for the Public Sphere Journal of Public Policy.
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