Section for Production, Markets and Policy
1958 Frederiksberg C
I am a PhD Fellow in quantitative economics. In my PhD, I explore the trade effects generated by different EU decarbonization pathways, focusing on trade within the EU and between the EU and the rest of the world. My work is part of the European Calculator project, that aims at developing a model of intermediate complexity, filling the gap between IAM and the need to develop readily accessible tools for decision-makers and other stakeholders. I am a TA in "Advanced International Trade" and "Computational Methods for Policy Analysis in AgriFood Markets". My main research interests include international trade, climate change and computable general equilibrium modeling.
I hold a MSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from UCPH. In my Master thesis, I analyzed the effects of the Effort Sharing Regulation on the agricultural sector from a Danish perspective, focusing on production, trade and carbon leakages. I also holds a BSc in Economics and Management from the University of Padova, Italy.