PhD, she obtained her PhD in Economics and International Relations after studying during 2016 and 2020 the migration phenomenon at a doctoral program organised by the Faculty of International Business and Economics, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies. During her studies, she published numerous articles which were focused on the integration of refugees and immigrants from EU and non – EU countries on Europe’s labour market and the economic and social impact of the aforementioned crisis in the EU. Currently,
Andreea Florentina Nicolescu works at the Ministry of Public Finance in
Romania, in the fi eld of European Affairs.