Hane Crevelari

Hane completed her bachelor’s degree at Utah State University in economics and international business and her M.A. in applied economics at George Mason University, where she was also an MA Fellow with the Mercatus Center. While at the Mercatus Center, she assisted scholars with working papers and data analysis related to international trade, immigration, and tax reform. Born and raised in Brazil, Hane is a native speaker of Portuguese, fluent in English, and advanced in Spanish.

‣Lula’s Prison Release Weakens Institutions in Brazil published at PanAm Post

‣A Trade Agreement With Brazil Could Help The Environment published at Forbes

‣A US-Brazil trade agreement benefits us in more ways than one published at The Hill

‣Want border security? Drop the wall and welcome more immigrants published at Washington Examiner

‣Brazil’s Trade War Is a Warning to America published at The National Interest and Yahoo Finance

‣Walls Don’t Stop Migrants, but Tariffs Might published at The Daily Caller and MSN

‣Academic Freedom Under Attack in Brazil published at Reason

Education:

Certificate in Strategy and Marketing for Emerging Countries – IBS Americas (2020)

I.S.E.O. Summer School from the Istituto di Studi Economici e per l’Occupazione – ISEO (2019)

Masters of Arts in Applied Economics (M.A.) – George Mason University (2018-2020)

Bachelor of Arts and Science in Economics (B.A./B.S.) – Utah State University (2014-2017)