My research involves how environmental challenges can be internalized in economic processes. It aims to shed light on the impacts of climate change mitigation and adaptation measures on the economy as a whole, individual agents, and the environment. Captivated by both large-scale macroeconomic dynamics and microeconomic shifts, I investigate both changes in production and preferences as well as the pathways to sustainable low-carbon economic growth. Using computable general equilibrium models to capture the structure of the economy and the behavioral response of different economic agents, I focus on public policies that target bioenergy and impact land use changes. To what extent can bioenergy abate GHG emissions, what are the direct and indirect impacts of increase feedstocks production on the environment, and how economic agents will react to shifts in production are among the questions I seek to address.
2019 – 2020 Climate Mitigation Project Consultant, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) – International Environmental Technology Center (IETC). Osaka, Japan
2017 – 2018 Master of Science (MSc) in Economics specialized in sustainable growth, Tilburg University. Netherlands.
2016 – 2017 Credit and Collection Analyst, Bentley Systems International. Dublin, Ireland.
2015 – 2016 Higher Diploma (HDip) in Economics, University College Dublin (UCD).
2011– 2014 Bachelor of Art (BA) in Business and Management. Northumbria University, Bangkok School of Management. Bangkok, Thailand.
Delmas, R. and Argueyrolles, R., 2021. International climbers’ behaviour towards the payment of Mount Fuji’s Conservation Donation. Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, 39(1), pp.2-28. DOI https://doi.org/10.34409/rjaps.39.01_2
Matinise S, Oelofse S, Polasi T. (2020)South African Municipal Waste Management Systems: Challenges and Solutions. United Nations resources repository. Project Manager and Content Editor.