Serena Masino’s research areas are in the political economy of development and global health. Her latest work concentrates, on the one hand, on the political economy of globalisation and foreign direct investment with a specific focus on working conditions and workers’ inclusion. In addition, she has also won GCRF funding to pursue reserch on medical pluralism and the policy challenges involved in the reform of Burundi’s health systems. She has also worked as consultant for various United Nations’ organisations including UNDP, WFP, and UNU-WIDER, and for Oxford Policy Managment. Finally, as part of her community engagement, she has worked with a number of NGOs providing support to undocumented migrants and to detainee migrants in one of the UK’s Immigration Detention Centres.
School: School of Organisations, Economy and Society
College: Westminster Business School