Sandra Zapata – Get to know our Research Team

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In brief videos (English and Spanish) we introduce our excellent academic staff. The Jean Monnet Research Project “The reconfiguration of the EU presence in Latin America”  – in short: @EUinLAC – brings together an interdisciplinary team of young and established scholars, balanced in gender and age. We are glad to give insights on their expertise and research.

Today we present Sandra Zapata, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany:

Para ver el vídeo en castellano, pulse aquí (Enlace Youtube).

Have a look on her Twitter to get an idea about her work and daily acitivities: @sandra8zapata

Short bio – Sandra Zapata:

Sandra Zapata is a researcher at the Chair of International Business and Society Relations with Focus on Latin America at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany. She holds a PhD in Social Sciences from Salamanca University, Spain. She has a master in International Relations from FLACSO-Ecuador and in Development Policies from Seoul National University in South Korea. Her research topics include South-South cooperation, regionalism and international political economy of development.

Breve bio – Paulina Astroza:

Sandra Zapata se desempeña como investigadora en el área de Relaciones Internacionales en la Universidad Friedrich-Alexander Erlangen-Núremberg (FAU), Alemania. Es doctora en Ciencias Sociales por la Universidad de Salamanca, España. Tiene un máster en Relaciones Internacionales por FLACSO-Ecuador y otro en Políticas de Desarrollo por la Universidad Nacional de Seúl, Corea del Sur. Sus líneas de investigación incluyen la economía política del desarrollo, cooperación Sur-Sur, y regionalismo latinoamericano.

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