I use a broad array of methods and tools to explore the economics of the environment and natural resources. I have worked for British civil services using cost benefit analysis and environmental valuation to study water resources management. During my PhD, I used game theory to study international fisheries agreements and bioeconomic modelling to analyse the optimal control of invasive species. I have 8 years of experience at Statistics Netherlands working on footprints analysis, circular economy, and national accounting for the Dutch North Sea. At Wageningen Economic Research I shall be continuing my work on input-output analysis and using MAGNET to analyse problems relating to the environment and biodiversity, while working to ensure the data behind the MAGNET of optimal quality.
PhD in Environmental Economics, 2016
Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group, Wageningen Univeristy, the Netherlands
MSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, 2008
Environment Department, University of York, UK
BA in Economics and Human Geography,, 2006
Departments of Economics and Geography, Lancaster University, UK