Manuel Linsenmeier

Research Student, LSE

Manuel Linsenmeier

Manuel joined the LSE and the Grantham Research Institute in 2019 as a MPhil/PhD student in Environmental Economics. He receives financial support from the Economic and Social Research Council. With his research Manuel seeks to improve our understanding of the implications of climate change using economic theory and econometric methods.

Background

Manuel holds a Master’s degree in Economics from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, a MSc in Meteorology from the Universität Hamburg, and a MSc in Sustainability (Ecological Economics) from the University of Leeds. Manuel was previously awarded a BSc in Meteorology from the Universität Hamburg.

Prior to joining LSE, Manuel worked for a think tank and public policy consultancy on adaptation to climate change, climate change mitigation, air pollution, and sustainable consumption. He also gained professional experience at the GIZ and worked as research assistant at climate change research institutes in Germany.

Research interests

  • Environmental Economics
  • Economics of Climate Change