Sini Matikainen

Policy Analyst

Sini Matikainen

Sini Matikainen joined the Grantham Research Institute in June 2016 as a policy analyst.

Background:

Before joining the Grantham Institute, Sini worked at the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) Secretariat at the European Central Bank on the potential systemic risk to the financial sector of a transition to a low-carbon economy.  The resulting paper focused particularly on macroeconomic impacts of energy price shocks and financial system exposure to carbon-intensive assets, and the associated macroprudential policy implications. She has research experience at the Ecologic Institute in Berlin and Stanford’s political science department, and also worked for a time in tech startups.

She holds a BA in economics, with distinction, from Stanford University; an MSc in International Management and CEMS from ESADE Business School; and an MSc in Environment and Development, with distinction, from the LSE, where her master’s dissertation developed a new quantitative methodology to examine the relationship between media framing and public engagement online.

Sini’s research interests include international and European climate