Titre ou Fonction
- Applied Microeconomics; Environmental economics; Behavioural and Experimental Economics; Applied Econometrics
- University of Regina - Economics
- Ouest (Regina)
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Regina. Before coming to Regina, I completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in field experiments and pubic engagement in the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) at the University of British Columbia (UBC). I obtained a PhD degree and a Master’s degree in Economics at the University of Calgary, and a Master’s degree in Sustainable International Development at Brandeis University (MA, USA). My fields of specialization include environmental economics, behavioral and experimental economics, and applied econometrics, with specific emphasis in the economics of water and climate change, and social inequalities. At PhiLab, my contribution consists of quantitative analysis to study the role of the philanthropy sector and their impact on social inequalities and environmental challenges.