Justine Miller graduated from Utrecht University in Economic Geography, with a specialisation in Regional Development and Policy in 2020. She is currently doing a research master in Economics at the KU Leuven.
Aside from her studies, Justine has worked at the Dutch Central Bank where she conducted research on financial integration through the lens of network analysis. She also contributed to research projects in both innovation studies and welfare economics at Utrecht University.
During her three-months’ internship at UNU-CRIS, Justine will be working with Samuel Standaert and will use the network analysis to explore the Regional Integration Knowledge System (RIKS) platform, both by mapping the network's structure as well as studying tools for further analyses. The results of this will be compiled in a working paper. In addition, she will organise an internal seminar and support sessions within UNU-CRIS in order to share insights into network analysis with fellow researchers.