Social Media Team

The social media team was born with the conviction that nowadays in an increasingly digitalised world, social networks can provide a window to disseminate information on EAEPE in order to strengthen our own network and bring new potential members to the table, who are passionate about the topics covered in EAEPE.   

Grazia Errichiello

Jakob Nitschke

Daniel Moura da Costa Teixeira


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Grazia Errichiello (she / her) is a PhD student at the University of Naples Parthenope (Italy). She loves multicultural contexts and studied in Spain and England. Her research topics of greatest interest are climate change, labour market and econometrics. The extreme meteorological events generated by climate change have an impact on working careers. These impacts are measured through models using the software Stata. She is passionate about marketing, travelling and Caribbean dancing.

Jakob Nitschke (he/him) studies at the Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘Parthenope’ and Université Côte d'Azur to understand how inequality, exploitation, and repression are shaping society’s relationship with the more-than-human world. Foremost, through agent-based modelling but increasingly by thinking beyond what is perceived as ‘credible’ economic science. He is always in for Napolitan cuisine, a good laugh, and brings some web-editing experience from his role as senior-editor at the Exploring Economics project.

Daniel Moura da Costa Teixeira (he/him) is a Ph.D. student in Economics at the University of Brasília (Brazil). His research topics are related to green new developmentalism, structural change, and sustainable development, with a particular focus on the forest sector. Currently, he is a co-editor of the Development Macroeconomics Bulletin, as well as a member of the Structuralist Development Macroeconomics Research Group, and the IUFRO’s Task Force Unlocking the Bioeconomy and Non-Timber Forests Products. Apart from his academic interests, he enjoys playing the guitar, walking his dogs, and watching Palmeiras’ football matches.