Linda Bedenik is an Former Associate Intern at IDFC Institute.
She holds a Master's degree in Global Political Economy from the University of Sussex (Brighton, UK). Her research interests include urbanisation, financialization and international trade and development. Her Master's dissertation theoretically analysed the financialization of international trade and the restructuring of accumulation. She holds an undergraduate degree in Geography and International Relations from the University of Sussex. Her Bachelor’s thesis dealt with internal migration and belonging. She has been awarded the Sussex Dissertation Fund Award for her Master's thesis and received a Sussex Scholarship for spending a term abroad at the Pusan National University in South Korea, studying the economics of international trade. She held the position of Student Ambassador for two years during her undergraduate studies. She previously worked as a Consultant in the UK for an international search consultancy operating in the German-speaking market.