Marco is a postdoctoral research fellow based at the Sustainability Research Institute at the University of Leeds.
Marco is a CIE-MAP research fellow based at the Sustainability Research Institute and an associate researcher at the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP). He has more than twelve years of experience in research and economic analysis. He holds a BSc in Economics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), as well as an MSc (distinction) and PhD (research excellence award) in Ecological Economics from the University of Leeds. He has worked as a macroeconomic analyst in the Mexican Ministry of Finance and the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), where he contributed to high-level policy reports. He has also worked as a researcher in the Stockholm Environment Institute in York and as a lecturer in UNAM. Marco’s research mainly focuses on analysing the climate-development nexus, particularly assessing changes in consumption patterns and their effects in global development. His work in CIE-MAP involves macroeconomic modelling and scenario analysis, seeking to understand the wide economy implications of reducing energy and material use.
BSc in Economics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)
MSc in Ecological Economics (distinction) from the University of Leeds
PhD in Ecological Economics (research excellence award) from the University of Leeds
Ecological economics, macroeconomics, economic development, climate change, international trade, econometric modelling, CGE modelling, multi-regional input-output analysis.
- SOEE2610 Economics and Sustainability
- SOEE3750 Sustainability Economics in Practice
- SOEE5010M Research Methods
- Sustainability: Limit consumption to preserve habitats
28 Jun 2012. Marco Sakai
- GHG Emissions Embodied in Trade
1 Jun 2012. John Barrett, Robin Vanner, Marco Sakai