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BC3 Seminar: Challenges of EU Agriculture facing Climate Change: Economic Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies
13 iraila, 2019 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
“Challenges of EU Agriculture facing Climate Change: Economic Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies“
Prof. Ignacio Perez
Joint Research Centre, European Commission (https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en)
Overview of quantitative work done by the lecturer in the last few years with different modelling tools to better understand the economic impacts of combating climate change. It includes the analysis of unilateral (e.g. emission targets) and multilateral policies (e.g. carbon taxation) and the promotion of climate change mitigation technologies (e.g. smart agriculture). This work has been published in scientific journals or used for policy impact assessment within the European Commission. It is mainly interdisciplinary and could not have been done without the collaboration of multiple scientists and reputed institutions around the world.
About the Lecturer
Ignacio Perez Dominguez is a senior scientist and team leader at Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (Economics of Agriculture unit, Seville site). He has over 15 years’ experience in quantitative analysis, mainly with an environmental and agricultural economics focus. He is acquainted with the development and use of the Aglink-Cosimo and CAPRI agricultural economic models. He graduated in Applied Economics at the University of Zaragoza, has a MSc in Environmental Economics from Imperial College and has a PhD in Agricultural Economics from Bonn University. Before joining the European Commission he worked for the Agricultural Economics Institute of the Netherlands and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. He is author of many journal publications in the fields of climate change mitigation, sustainability and trade from an agricultural sectoral analysis perspective.
Sede Building (Room Kurkudi), Scientific Park of the University of the Basque Country, September 13 (2018), 16:30-17:30