Thomas is an applied microeconomist interested in questions of environmental economics. His current research interests lie in the empirical evaluation of climate change policies and the political economy of air pollution in China.
He is an Economics PhD student at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.
Thomas holds an MRes in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and an MSc in Economics from the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
Thomas has worked for GIZ (on greenhouse gas mitigation in developing countries), for the Royal Government of Bhutan (on Gross National Happiness) and for the Chief Economist of DG Competition, European Commission (on environmental state aid and in antitrust).
- The political economy of air pollution in China
- Empirical evaluation of climate change policies
- Energy economics