I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Economics, on the job market in 2023-24. I work at the intersection of environmental economics, development economics, and trade. My research focuses on nature-based solutions such as forest conservation and afforestation programs. I combine reduced-form econometric methods and spatial general equilibrium models to evaluate their effectiveness within their implementation site and how their effects propagate in space due to trade and migration.
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Environmental Economics, Development Economics, Trade Economics
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