Nadia is a Predoctoral Fellow, supporting the work of assistant professors Eyal Frank and Amir Jina on the effects of heavy locust exposure on socio-economics outcomes, such as fertility and agriculture productivity. Her research interests are in development economics and political economy. Nadia has interned at The World Bank and worked at the Executive Office of the President Republic of Indonesia and World Resources Institute (WRI) Indonesia. She also has more than two years of research experience exploring topics in development and sustainable development. Nadia holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia and a Master of Public Policy from The University of Chicago.