PhD candidate in International Political Economy at the Department of European and International Studies, King’s College London.
M.A. in International Studies from Aarhus University in Denmark
B.A. in International Business from the University of Tolima in Colombia
Diplomas in Trade Relations with China, International Cooperation Project Management, and International Department Management.
She is the recipient of a Francisco Jose de Caldas scholarship awarded by the Administrative Department of Science, Technology and Innovation of Colombia (COLCIENCIAS) to outstanding academics and researchers from Colombian universities. She is a Member of the Region, Science and Technology Research Group (GRECYT) in Colombia, the International Political Science Association (IPSA), and the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) Think Thank where she works on African and Latin American Political Regimes.
Previously she worked as the Head of International Relations at the University of Tolima in Colombia. Has worked at the Project and Export Finance Division of Standard Chartered Bank in Mumbai, the Trade and Poverty Unit of the Africa, Least Developed Countries and Special Programs (ALDCs) at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva, and has participated in multiple research groups, and international cooperation projects.
London School of Economics (LSE) - Module Lecturer - Global Dimensions Programme - Research methodology, literature review, and presentation skills.
Aarhus University - Guest Lecturer - Approaches to Development.
University of Tolima - Guest Lecturer - International Trade.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Language Center University of Tolima
Language Center Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
S.E.A.C. - Colombia
Carolina is interested in developing and least developed countries and her current research focuses on the characteristics and implications of trade-related development assistance in middle income countries.
- JZ International relations
- International Trade
- Developing Countries
- Least developed countries (LDCs)
- international political economy
- Non-western approaches
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Why heuristics and biases matter in diffusion and localisation : the case of aid for trade in South American middle-income countriesAuthor: Urrego Sandoval, C., 1 Nov 2018
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy