I am an environmental economist with a wide range of interests related to climate change mitigation and adaptation. One strand of my research builds on policy-optimization models that integrate climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis to assess the welfare implications of different policy alternatives. Another strand of my research is empirical and aims to quantify the losses from extreme weather events and the extent to which policy interventions can reduce these losses.

I am currently a Visiting Researcher at the Maurice R. Greenberg School of Risk Science and the Department of Economics at Georgia State University. My experience outside academia includes working as an economist at the Swedish National Institute of Economic Research and as a consultant for the World Bank.



Afforestation and Avoided Deforestation in a Multi-Regional Integrated Assessment Model. 2020. Ecological Economics. Vol. 169.

Mangroves Protect Coastal Economic Activity from Hurricanes. Joint with Alejandro del Valle, Juan Jose Miranda, and Oscar Ishizawa. 2020. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Vol. 117 No. 1.

Pricing forest carbon: Implications of asymmetry in climate policy. Joint with Runar Brännlund and Tommy Lundgren. 2018. Journal of Forest Economics. Vol. 32.

The Role of the Forest in an Integrated Assessment Model of the Climate and the Economy. 2015.  Journal of Climate Change Economics. Vol. 16 No. 3. 

Working Papers & Policy Reports

Droughts Worsen Air Quality by Shifting Power Generation in Latin America and the Caribbean. 2024. Joint with Alejandro del Valle and Alejandro de la Fuente. Policy Research Working Paper 10760, World Bank Group.

Annual report: Environment, Economy and Politics 2021. (In Swedish). 2021. Lead author joint with Björn Carlén. National Institute of Economic Research.


MBA 8000 – Managing in the Global Economy
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