Eugenie is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Economics at the London School of Economics, in the Department of Geography and Environment.
Eugenie is an environmental economist analysing the issue of technological change. Her interests lie primarily in understanding how institutions and policies influence science, innovation, and technological change so that economic development can be sustainable for the environment and societies. Eugenie recently graduated with a Ph.D. from Columbia University. She is also a Fellow at the Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy at Johns Hopkins University and a Beijer Young Scholar with the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
- Environmental and Resource Economics
- Technological Change, Innovation
- Policy evaluation
- Natural language processing, quantitative text analysis
Research - 2022
This working paper shows that ICT and AI have the potential to accelerate clean energy innovation, which is critical for reducing carbon emissions. Read more
There is growing interest in using text as data in social science research, particularly in economics. The availability of large... Read more
Research - 2021
This paper provides evidence that the Montreal Protocol’s restrictions on CFCs triggered a substantial increase in research and innovation on alternatives to ozone-depleting molecules and suggests such international environmental agreements can dynamically improve the benefit-cost equation of environmental protection and may therefore also be useful to dealing with current problems such as climate change. Read more
The authors of this paper study the incentives for green product innovation in industrial networks and how policies can affect them. Read more