• Master in Geography, Decision-Making and Environment — École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France (2015–17).
• Exchange Master in Political Science & International Relations — Columbia University in the City of New York (2018–19).
• Graduate Visiting Student — School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford (2017).
• MCR Associate Member — Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford (2017).
• Researcher-Resident Fellow — Maison Française d’Oxford (2017).
Fields of interest: Energy policies, International relations, Multilateral organizations, Financing and management of infrastructure (in particular for energy and transportation), Development policies, Regional planning and development.
Biography: born in 1996, Paul-Etienne Pini followed the rigorous French “Classe Préparatoire” undergraduate track at Lycée Henri-IV Paris (2014). In 2014, he passed the highly-competitive entrance exams for École Normale Supérieure de Lyon where he earned a Research Master's degree (MPhil) co-supervised at Oxford University and awarded with Highest Honours. He also completed an Exchange MA at Columbia University, in New York City. A former Energy Policy Consultant at the OECD (2017, 2018, 2019), he currently works as an Energy Infrastructure Consultant for the United Nation's IAEA in Vienna, where he continues to specialize at the intersection of energy policy, infrastructure management and multilateral affairs.