Julius’ research focuses on the link between food production/consumption and climate change, specifically the environmental and welfare effects of greenhouse gas taxation of food products.
Julius has an MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change from LSE and an MSc in Economics from UCL. He studied philosophy, psychology and economics as an undergraduate and has a BSc in Economics from Lund University, Sweden.
- Climate Change Economics
- Ethics in Welfare Economics
- Public Economics
- Agriculture and Food Security
Research - 2020
The fact that a carbon tax is an environmentally and economically efficient instrument for reducing emissions is often highlighted, but the equity story is also of importance. This paper addresses the question of the distributional burden of a carbon tax across different income groups and the role played by income inequality. Read more
Research - 2017
Is a carbon tax effective in reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, and thereby mitigating climate change? This paper is one... Read more
Research - 2015
This paper looks at whether carbon taxes imposed in Sweden were effective in reducing CO2 emissions. Read more