Anita Halasz has graduated from the Economics Department of the Central European University in 2003 and from the Corvinus University of Budapest in 2002. From 2005, she has been working as economic analyst at the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission, in charge of the economic evaluation of European Cohesion Policy. She has been following the macroeconomic developments of the recently acceded Member States, participated in the preparation and assessment of major horizontal initiatives related to Cohesion Policy, and participated in the design of the new economic governance of the EMU. It is during this work that her research interests turned towards a better understanding of public policies aimed to foster human development. Her PhD is focused on early childhood education policy.
At CEU CPS, Anita is involved in the SALEACOM (Overcoming Inequalities in Schools and Learning Communities) and in the COHESIFY (Understanding the Impact of EU Cohesion Policy on European identification) H2020 research projects and she is also associated with the EDUWORKS Marie Curie Initial Training Network. In the course of her doctoral studies, Anita Halasz has been a tutor in the Roma Graduate Preparation Program. Currently, she is a lecturer at the Department of Public Policy and Management of the Corvinus University of Budapest and researcher at the Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, in the Hungarian '18 Birth Cohort Study.
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