PhD Economics, University of Malta
Master of Arts in Economics, University of Malta
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Economics,University of Malta
Her main research interests are fiscal policy and the effectiveness of fiscal rules, social dialogue as well as the vulnerability and economic resilience of small states.
Stephanie graduated Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Economics, obtained a Master of Arts in Economics and a Doctor of Philosophy in Economics from the University of Malta. She worked at the Central Bank of Malta within the Economic Analysis Office for three years. She is currently an Executive Director of E-Cubed Consultants Ltd and works as an assistant lecturer at the Economics Department of the University of Malta at a graduate level lecturing public sector economics and intermediate microeconomics.
As an economic consultant, she has worked on a number of projects and consultancy assignments with institutions including the EU Commission, Commonwealth Secretariat, Government ministries and authorities and private sector entities. She has worked on a number of cost benefit assessments in line with EU requirements and has conducted evaluation studies in relation to funding.