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Michael Hanemann
Michael Hanemann
Michael Hanemann is a Julie A. Wrigley Chair in Economics and Sustainability with the School of Sustainability and W. P. Carey School of Business; and a Distinguished Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability. Hanemann is also a Chancellor's Professor Emeritus in the Department of Agricultural and Resources Economics and the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, where he was on the faculty since 1976. Michael Hanemann is a leading contributor to the field of environmental and resource economics. He is best known for his work on non-market valuation for environmental and other commodities using both revealed and stated preference, but he has also made important contributions to the economics of water, the economics of irreversibility and environmental management under uncertainty, and more recently the economics of climate change. Michael's research has focused largely on aspects of understanding and modeling individual preferences and individual choice behavior, with applications to demand forecasting, the design of conservation policy, and environmental regulation.
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Martin Achtnicht
Martin Achtnicht
Martin Achtnicht is a researcher at the Department of Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim, Germany. He received his doctoral degree in economics from RWTH Aachen University in 2013 and holds a degree in mathematics from TU Dresden. In 2010, Achtnicht was a visiting researcher at the Department of Economics at the University of California, Irvine. His research focuses on consumer choices relevant to climate change, including energy retrofit and car purchase decisions.
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Cristina Cattaneo
Cristina Cattaneo
Cristina Cattaneo holds a DPhil in Economics from the University of Sussex- Brighton, a PhD in Economics from the Università degli Studi in Milan (Italy), a MA in Development Economics from the University of Sussex. Cristina is a senior researcher at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), where she is collaborating on various EU funded projects such as ICARUS (Innovation for Climate chAnge mitigation: a study of energy R&d, its Uncertain effectiveness and Spillovers) and Global I-Q (Impacts Quantification of global changes). Her main research interests involve applied econometrics, the economics of migration and development economics. She published for World Economy, Resource and Energy Economics, the European Journal of Comparative Economics and Economics of Transition
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Giovanna d'Adda
Giovanna d'Adda
Giovanna d'Adda is a researcher at the Department of Management, Politecnico di Milano. Her research combines lab and field experiments to investigate how social norms, preferences and institutions shape individual pro-social behavior. Recent research projects look at the effect of leadership on ethical conduct, of charisma on workers' effort and of enforcement institutions on trust. Her research on environmental conservation uses lab experiments conducted in the field to study how leadership, social norms and monetary incentives influence contributions to natural resource conservation.
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Johannes Emmerling
Johannes Emmerling
Johannes Emmerling holds a Ph.D. from the Toulouse School of Economics and an M.A. in Economics from the Free University Berlin. He was a postgraduate fellow in Development Cooperation at the German Development Institute, Bonn. He joined FEEM in 2012 as a Junior Researcher in the research programme on Climate Change and Sustainable Development. His main areas of research include Climate change and Energy economics, Risk and Uncertainty, Welfare Economics and Development.
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Ibon Galarraga
Ibon Galarraga
Ibon Galarraga is Research Professor at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3). Ph.D. in Economics (Environmental Economics) from the University of Bath (UK), M.A. Economics at the University of Essex (UK) and B.A. Economics (speciality of International Economics and Development) at the University of Basque Country. He has worked as an environmental consultant for many years for both public and private clients such as the World Bank, the Department for International Development of the British Government or the Basque Government. He was co-founder of a consultancy company. Ibon taught microeconomics and macroeconomics at the University of Bath and Economic Policy at the University of Deusto.  During July 2005 and May 2009, he was the Deputy Minister for the Environment of the Basque Government, Vicepresident of IHOBE and member of the board of the Ente Vasco de la Energía (EVE).
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 Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet
Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet
Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet is a Research Fellow at CIRED, a research center for energy, environment and development economics based in the Paris area. He received his PhD in Economics from Ecole des Ponts ParisTech in 2011. Louis-Gaëtan stayed at Stanford University’s Precourt Energy Efficiency Center as a Postdoctoral Fellow from 2011 to 2012. His research focuses on the development of modeling tools to address issues in energy efficiency economics and policy, with applications to the building sector.
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Matthieu Glachant
Matthieu Glachant
Matthieu Glachant is head of  Cerna– Centre for industrial economics and a professor of economics at MINES ParisTech. He is also a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics since 2012. Matthieu holds a PhD in economics from the Ecole des mines in Paris. Before joining MINES ParisTech in 2001, he was Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute. His research is in the fields of environmental economics and energy economics. Specific areas of expertise include the economics of green innovation, the economics of Corporate Social Responsibility, waste policies, and climate change issues.
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Kathrine von Graevenitz
Kathrine von Graevenitz
Kathrine von Graevenitz is a researcher in the Department of Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). She received her PhD in Environmental Economics from the Department of Food and Resource Economics at the University of Copenhagen in 2013. Previous positions include a pre-doctoral fellowship at Arizona State University, Center for Environmental Economics and Sustainability Policy, and a position as senior economist at the Danish Economic Councils in Denmark. Her primary field of specialization lies in applied microeconometrics and environmental economics.
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Nicolai V. Kuminoff
Nicolai V. Kuminoff
Nicolai V. Kuminoff is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Arizona State University. His research interests include environmental, public, and urban economics, as well as applied microeconometrics. Recent and ongoing projects have involved: (1) extending equilibrium sorting models to describe interrelated outcomes in the housing and labor markets; (2) developing a unified framework for modeling hedonic equilibria and land value capitalization of public goods; (3) estimating implicit expenditures on non-market goods and services in the United States; and (4) defining sufficient conditions for partially identifying consumer preferences for the attributes of a differentiated product. Nick moved to ASU from Virginia Tech, where he was an assistant professor in the department of agricultural and applied economics from 2006 to 2009.
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José M. Labeaga
José M. Labeaga
José M. Labeaga is PhD in Economics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, is a professor of economic theory at the Spanish Open University, UNED, and an affiliate at Economics for Energy. He has been general director of the Spanish Institute for Fiscal Studies and director of the FEDEA-BBVA research chair on new consumers. His main research interests lay in the analysis of individual behavior in consumption and labour decisions, and on the simulation and assessment of the effects of different public policies. He has served in the board of different organizations and journals, and has published the results of his research in the main academic journals of his field.
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Pedro Linares
Pedro Linares
Pedro Linares is Associate Professor at the Industrial Engineering Department of the ICAI School of Engineering, and currently Vice-president for Research and International Affairs at Comillas Pontifical University, and director of Economics for Energy. His research has been published in the main journals of the field and focuses on the relationship between energy, economics and environment, and specifically on sustainable energy, renewable energy and environmental policy, and multi-criteria methods applied to resource allocation. He also coordinates the BP Chair on Sustainable Development.
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María L. Loureiro
María L. Loureiro
Maria Loureiro is Associate Professor at the Department of Economic Analysis of the University of Santiago, Spain. She holds a MA degree in Agricultural Economics and Natural Resources and a PhD in Economics from Washington State University. Her research interests are related to environmental economics and health economics, with more than 50 international publications in the leading academic journals of her fields. She has also been director of different research funded-projects and has supervised several doctoral students.
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Adán L. Martínez Cruz
Adán L. Martínez Cruz
Adán L. Martínez Cruz is a researcher at the Department of Management, Economics, and Technology at the Center of Economic Research and the Center for Energy Policy and Economics in Zurich, Switzerland. He received his doctoral degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 2013.  His research focuses on consumers' and firms' choices relevant to energy efficiency and assessment of energy policies, with emphasis on discrete choice modelling.
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Alicia Pérez
Alicia Pérez
Alicia Pérez-Alonso is currently a research fellow at the University of Vigo and at Economics for Energy. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of Alicante, Spain, after completion of the QED Graduate Program. Previous positions include a Marie Curie pre-doctoral fellowship at the CAM in Denmark; a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Department of Economics and Max Weber Programme both in the European University Institute in Florence. Her primary field of specialization encompasses both theoretical and applied Econometrics, nowadays with a special focus on Energy and Environmental Economics.
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Lisa Ryan
Lisa Ryan
Lisa is a senior researcher in energy economics in the UCD Energy Institute since September 2014. She has a PhD in environmental economics from University College Dublin (UCD), and other postgraduate and undergraduate degrees in economics and engineering from UCD and Colorado School of Mines, USA. She was the senior energy economist in the Energy Efficiency Policy Unit at the International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris until summer 2013 where she led projects relating to energy efficiency finance, transport, and cross-sectoral policy. She subsequently worked as an independent consultant in energy and environmental economics. She has published numerous journal articles and research reports in the areas of energy policy, economics, and energy efficiency. She has consulted for a range of international and national organisations, providing economic analysis and policy advice on a range of clean energy topics. Lisa also previously worked for Comhar, the (Irish) national Sustainable Development Council as research director, as emissions engineer at Volkswagen AG in Germany, and as policy analyst at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.
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V. Kerry Smith
V. Kerry Smith
V. Kerry Smith is a Regents' Professor and W. P. Carey Professor of Economics at Arizona State University. He is also an affiliated faculty member with the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. Kerry's general research interests include environmental economics, public economics, and applied econometrics. More specific topics include: economic valuation of environmental amenities and ecosystem services, sorting models and general equilibrium policy analysis, and the modeling of how uncertainty influences individuals' behavior. He came to ASU from North Carolina State where he was the University Distinguished Professor and was Director of the Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy. Prior to North Carolina State, he held positions as the Arts and Sciences Professor of Environmental Economics at Duke University and the Centennial Professor of Economics at Vanderbilt University. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a Fellow of both the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists and the American Agricultural Economics Association, a Research Associate with the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a University Fellow with Resources for the Future.
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Anna Alberini
Anna Alberini is a professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Maryland, College Park. Anna Alberini is an affiliate researcher at the Centre for Energy Policy and Economics (CEPE), ETH Zurich, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Venice, Italy, and a faculty member at Queen’s University Belfast. Anna Alberini received her PhD in Economics from the University of California, San Diego, in 1992. Alberini specializes in environmental and energy economics, focusing on residential energy demand, energy efficiency decisions, and assessment of energy policies.
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