Lutz is now an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University.

His research focuses on two areas of environmental policy:

  1. Measuring the costs and distribution of air pollution exposure and assessing ways to effectively and equitably improve air quality.
  2. Quantifying the distributional effects of climate policy instruments, such as carbon prices, energy standards, and environmental trade measures.

At the Grantham Research Institute Lutz was researching the interdependencies between distributional issues and environmental outcomes.

Lutz holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford, a BA in Economics from the University of St Gallen, and a PhD in Environmental Economics from the LSE.

Before commencing his PhD, Lutz worked as a strategy consultant in Paris. Previous posts include as a Carlo Schmid Fellow at the OECD and as research assistant at DIW Berlin.

Research interests:

  • Environmental Economics
  • Public Economics
  • Air Pollution
  • Climate Policy

Further information

Lutz Sager – CV


Research - 2023

Research - 2019

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Research - 2016


Events - 2017


News - 2019

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