School of Law and Government
My research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals (eg, Climate Policy, Journal of Environmental Law, Marine Policy) American law reviews (eg, Arizona Law Review) and policy outlets. I am one of the authors of the World Bank reports Carbon Revenues from International Shipping: Enabling an Effective and Equitable Transition, and Distributing Carbon Revenues from Shipping. I was a member of the team that wrote the World Bank flagship report State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2019.
I have an LLM from Yale Law School and a PhD in law and economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam (European Doctorate in Law and Economics). I have held visiting research positions at Cornell Law School, Copenhagen University, UC Louvain. I frequently consult for various units of the World Bank (headquarter, Washington DC).
I welcome enquiries from prospective PhD students wishing to research climate change law and policy – especially on topics related to fiscal policy for climate change.
Climate Change Law and Policy; Carbon Pricing; Maritime Transport