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I graduated with a PhD in Economics from University College London. This page disseminates the results of my PhD until they have been made available through publications.
My PhD is concerned with economic impact analyses of macroeconomic policies in international trade and tourism. I established theoretical macroeconomic frameworks and computational general equilibrium models to predict changes in consumer prices across countries. I used these models in combination with data to quantify the changes in real income and GDP as a result of environmental policies in the international aviation and maritime transport industries. In doing so, I developed a novel theory for international tourism flows and added a component of time costs to international trade models to take into account the value of time. My results provide insight into policy implications. More information can be found here: Research
Dissertation title: International Trade and Tourism in a CO2-constrained World
Research fields: International Trade, Energy Economics, Environmental Policy