Ashley’s focus is on the role of uncertainty in the context of economic decisions about the environment, particularly those related to climate policy.
Ashley has a BA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Exeter and MSc Environmental Economics and Climate Change at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
- Environmental and resource economics;
- Decision-making under uncertainty;
- Experimental economics.
Research - 2020
Drought events have critical impacts on agricultural production yet there is little consensus on how these should be measured and... Read more
Research - 2017
This research suggests that by using a more flexible measure of droughts policy-makers could more effectively shape policy responses relating to climate adaptation and more accurately identify agricultural locations more vulnerable to climate change. Read more
Research - 2015
This paper investigates whether there are productive benefits for farmers who adapt to climate change in Pakistan. Read more