Eleni Manousiadi is an economics researcher at RPA. She holds a BSc degree in Economic Theory and two Masters degrees - an MSc in Economics and an MSc in Statistics and Finance.
Since joining RPA in 2018, she has been applying her research ability and knowledge to specific studies for the European Commission and industry. She has undertaken extensive work on literature reviews and has been assisting in consultations – via telephone, emails and online surveys - with key stakeholders. Her work has involved the collection of quantitative data on waste and waste treatment operations, extensive desk-based research, and country-level consultation with stakeholders in Greece and Cyprus. Eleni has extensive experience in providing quantitative and qualitative analysis, with a focus on Socio-economic analysis. She has added value to studies that involve the analysis of the socio-economic impacts of the harmonized classification of active substances under the PPPR and BDR, and assessments in the field of consumer policy.
She is a native speaker of Greek, and is fluent in English and French.