Alumni

Information about past PhD students, who carried out their environmental and climate change research at the Grantham Research Institute (LSE).


Photograph of Fabian Barthel
Fabian Barthel
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Fabian's PhD was 'Spatial dependence in dyadic data - the cases of double taxation treaties, official development assistance, and asylum migration'. He left LSE in September 2011. He is now a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group.  

 
Photograph of Seamus Bradley
Seamus Bradley
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Seamus's PhD was on 'Scientific uncertainty and decision making'. He left LSE in December 2012, and is now a Postdoctoral fellow at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich).

 
Daniel Bruynooghe
Daniel Bruynooghe
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Daniel submitted his PhD in December 2011, with the title
'Differential cumulants, hierarchical models and monomial ideals|'. He currently works for Citigroup as a Quantitative Analyst.

 
Photograph of Raphael Calel
Raphael Calel
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Raphael's PhD was awarded in July 2013, with the title 'Emissions trading and technological change|'. He is currently a Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.

 
Joe Daron: alumni
Joe Daron
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Joe's PhD title was 'Examining the decision-relevance of climate model information for the insurance industry'. He left LSE in October 2011. His current job is as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Climate System Analysis Group at the University of Cape Town.

 
Photograph of George MacKerron
George MacKerron
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George's PhD was on 'Happiness and environmental quality|'. He left LSE in September 2011. He is now a lecturer in the Economics of Environment, Energy and Climate Change (Economics) at the University of Sussex.

 
Beatrice Mosello
Beatrice Mosello
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Beatrice's PhD title was 'How to deal with climate change? Institutional adaptive capacity as a means to promote sustainable water governance. The cases of the Po River in Italy and the Syr Darya River in Kyrgyzstan'. She left LSE in September 2012 and is now working at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) as a Project Officer for the Climate and Development Research Network (CDKN).

 
Photograph of Charlene Watson
Charlene Watson
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Charlene's PhD is on 'Forest Conservation for communities and carbon: the economics of community forest managemetn in the Bale Mountains Eco-Region, Ethiopia'. She left LSE when she started working for ODI, as a Senior Research Officer, in January 2012.

 
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