Louise Kessler

PhD candidate in Environmental Economics

Department of Geography and Environment

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About me

Louise holds a Master’s degree from HEC Paris, as well as an MSc in Environmental and Energy Economics from Ecole des Mines de Paris.

In addition, she has worked as a financial analyst in the Natural Resources team at Macquarie in London, and as an investment officer at CDC Climat in Paris, where she was focusing on issues related to energy efficiency, carbon funds and voluntary compensation.

Having started her PhD at the Grantham Institute on Climate Change and the Environment (LSE) in September 2013, Louise is now in the final year of her PhD, entitled: “The economic consequences of climate change uncertainties”.

Research interests 

Climate change economics
Environmental and resource economics
Decision theory under uncertainty
Behavioral economics

Teaching

EC240 Environmental Economics, LSE Summer School, July 2016.

Academic supervisors

Simon Dietz
David Stainforth

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Expertise

Climate change economics; Environmental and resource economics; Decision theory under uncertainty; Behavioral economics;