Centre for European Policy Studies
Mrs. Federica MUSTILLI is Research fellow in the Regulatory Policy Unit at CEPS since May 2011. She deals with research issues related to International Trade Policies and the EU Internal Market. She recently published a report that evaluates a potential Free Trade Agreement with China in cooperation with the World Trade Institute. She also worked on the econometric modelling behind the analysis of trade agreements with US and Canada. During her time at CEPS, she has also worked as external consultant for the European Commission and the European Parliament. She holds a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Essex, United Kingdom, with a dissertation on the empirical estimation of migration flows through an extended gravity model. She also holds an MSc in International Economics and Finance from the Catholic University of Milan, Italy, and a BA in Economic Analysis. Before joining CEPS, she worked as Blue Book trainee in the Directorate of International Economics at the European Commission (DG ECFIN) and as Intern in the capital market division of Credit Agricole.