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Hello and welcome to my page! I'm Barbara, and I hold an M.A. in Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration with a concentration in Quantitative Analysis and Forecasting from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Additionally, I earned an honors bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Oklahoma, another honors bachelor's degree in Spanish from Oklahoma State University, and an associate's degree in Military Intelligence Operations from Cochise College. My research focuses on examining the socio-economic impacts of financial inclusion, global supply chains, and climate change on developing economies. These interests stem from my extensive fieldwork experience as a Fulbright Research Scholar in the Brazilian Amazon and as a team member with multinational organizations in Central and South America. I am available for questions, comments, or collaboration through my email, 


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