Marí­a Victoria Román de Lara Junior researcher - PhD Student

Main Research Field:
Climate finance

Personal web page http://www.bc3research.org/en/mavi_roman.html
Email address mavi.roman@bc3research.org
Wok M-7015-2013
Google Scholar LfW6O8oAAAAJ


Climate change motivates financial flows within or between countries in order to support mitigation and adaptation meassures.

Economics helps us to understand the underlying motives and the final impacts of these flows.



June 30, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “Why do some economies benefit more from climate finance than others? A case study on North-to-South financial flows”

The Copenhagen and Paris Agreements, in which developed countries committed to mobilise USD 100 billion a year by 2020, indicate that climate finance will continue to grow. Even though economic development is not the aim of climate finance, climate-related disbursements will generate an economic impact on recipient countries’ economies. This impact will also reach other countries (including climate finance donors) through induced international trade. In this paper, we apply a structural decomposition analysis to study why the economic impact of climate finance varies between countries.
March 10, 2017

BC3 Journal Articles “La COP22 de Marrakech confirma el compromiso mundial con la lucha contra el cambio climático”

New BC3 Journal Article published: "Roman De Lara, M.V., Sanz Sanchez, M.J. y Galarraga Gallastegui, I. 2017. La COP22 de Marrakech confirma el compromiso mundial con la lucha contra el cambio climático. Dyna. 92. (2) 133-135"
December 1, 2016

COP22 in Marrakech confirms worldwide commitment to fighting climate change

New BC3 Policy Briefing launched. "COP22 in Marrakech confirms worldwide commitment to fighting climate change", by Maria Victoria Román, Maria José Sanz Sanchez and Ibon Galarraga.
November 21, 2016

BC3 Models and tools: DERIO (Dynamic Econometric input-output Model for the Basque Country)

Un equipo de investigadores del Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) liderado por Iñaki Arto en colaboración con el profesor Kurt Kratena (Centre of Economic Scenario Analysis and Research, CESAR, y Austrian Institute of Economic Research, WIFO) ha desarrollado un modelo económico-energético-ambiental para el País Vasco orientado el análisis de escenarios y políticas en distintos ámbitos de decisión, denominado modelo DERIO (modelo Dinámico Econométrico Regional Input-Output del País Vasco).

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