Carole Dalin

Carole joined the GRI in July 2014. Background Carole’s research concentrates on the water-food-energy nexus of Southern Africa, and on the socio-economic implications of climate forecasts, regarding natural resources management … read more »

Svetlana Batrakova

Svetlana worked for the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment from January 2012 until April 2013, as a Post Doctoral Researcher on applied issues of trade, innovations … read more »

Charlene Watson

Charlene’s PhD is on ‘Forest Conservation for communities and carbon: the economics of community forest management in the Bale Mountains Eco-Region, Ethiopia’. She left LSE when she started working for ODI, … read more »

Beatrice Mosello

Beatrice’s PhD title was ‘How to deal with climate change? Institutional adaptive capacity as a means to promote sustainable water governance. The cases of the Po River in Italy and … read more »

George MacKerron

George’s PhD was on ‘Happiness and environmental quality‘. He left LSE in September 2011. He is now a lecturer in the Economics of Environment, Energy and Climate Change (Economics) at the University … read more »

Joe Daron

Joe’s PhD title was ‘Examining the decision-relevance of climate model information for the insurance industry’. He left LSE in October 2011. His current job is as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in … read more »

Daniel Bruynooghe

Daniel submitted his PhD in December 2011, with the title Differential cumulants, hierarchical models and monomial ideals‘. He currently works for Citigroup as a Quantitative Analyst.

Seamus Bradley

Seamus’s PhD was on ‘Scientific uncertainty and decision making’. He left LSE in December 2012, and is now a Postdoctoral fellow at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich).

Fabian Barthel

Fabian’s PhD was ‘Spatial dependence in dyadic data – the cases of double taxation treaties, official development assistance, and asylum migration’. He left LSE in September 2011. He is now a … read more »

Carolina B Pavese

Carolina’s thesis explores different strategies of international cooperation, asking whether or not the engagement between two actors in a multilateral context is influenced by shifts in the pattern of their … read more »