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Environmental Economy & Policy Research Students

Environmental Economy and Policy Ph.D students
Philip Chen
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Christ's
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: The Co-Benefit of UK’s Climate Change Mitigation Strategies: Assessment and Application
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2017
Shen Gao
  • Principal Supervisor: Professor David Howarth
  • College: Clare Hall
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Resilience in response to disasters
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
David Gawith
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Ian Hodge
  • College: Gonville and Caius
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Scrutinising the adaptation myth - an empirical analysis of the constraints on adaptation in New Zealand agriculture
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2018
Hiroe Ishihara
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Unai Pascual
  • College: Fitzwilliam
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Role of agency, institution and community in common pool resource management
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2015
Marco Aurelio Jano Ito
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: St Catherine's
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Socio-technical modelling of the electricity sector in Mexico: an analysis of the complex behaviour and interactions of its main actors and their influence on low carbon energy investment
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Jieyi Kang
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Jean-Francois Mercure
  • College: Sidney Sussex
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: An Analysis of Instrument Portfolio Effectiveness of Climate Change and RES Policies: an emperical study based on EU countries' electricity sectors
  • Expected Graduate Term:
Anna Keyes
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Pembroke
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Is car ownership the problem? An investigation into the effectiveness and potential means of reducing car ownership in England, with the aim of meeting the 2008 Climate Change Act targets
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Martina Kunz
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Jorge Vinuales
  • College: Darwin
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Environmental Treaty Design
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
Renata Lemos
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Andreas Kontoleon
  • College: Jesus
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Examining the drivers of managerial practices: evidence from schools and manufacturing firms around the world
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Leo Liu
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Andreas Kontoleon
  • College: Downing
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: An Environmental Economic Analysis of Forest Policies in Rural China
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Rosalyn Old
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Robinson
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research, Sustainable Urban Design, Human Behaviour, Urban Expansion, Low Carbon Communities
  • Title of Thesis: The Take Up and Use of Green Technologies in Low Carbon Communities: A Case Study of North West Cambridge
  • Teaching Experience: Small group supervision of undergraduate and master's students in the in the fields of the built environment, regional disparities and housing supply. Lectures delivered on the topic of sustainable cities. Academic Coordinator for the Experience Cambridge admissions/outreach programme in Land Economy (2016).
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
Rosemary Ostfeld
  • Principal Supervisor: David Howarth
  • College: Hughes Hall
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Ensuring Sustainable Biomass Cultivation: Palm Oil Eco Certification
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
Lydia Prieg
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Understanding the global economic impact of Arctic marine change
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Padmini Ram
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Ian Hodge
  • College: Clare Hall
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Promoting an affordable housing market An institutional analysis
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2015
Pablo Salas
  • Research Assistant
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Darwin
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: The Effects of Uncertainty in the Technological Transition of the Power Sector. Endogenous Emissions Scenarios up to 2050
  • Expected Graduate Term: LT 2016
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Nikodem Szumilo
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Franz Fuerst
  • College: Fitzwilliam
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: What are the real financial implications of energy efficiency improvements in Real Estate? An empirical study of the current assumptions
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Margaret Thorley
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Examining the role of letting agents in promoting energy efficienty and building retrofits in the privat residential rental sector in England
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2015
Jose Vallejo Bermeo
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Doug Crawford-Brown
  • College: Sidney Sussex
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis: Alternative Financial Mechanisms for low-income housing
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Qing Wang
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Ian Hodge
  • College: Newnham
  • Subject Area: Environmental Economy & Policy Research
  • Title of Thesis :A study of the impact of property rights on land development: experience from Chengdu in China
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Dr Aiora Zabala
  • Teaching Associate