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Favero Alice

Research Associate


Alice Favero has a Ph.D. in Science and Management of Climate Change, a M.Sc and a B.A. in Economics and Finance from Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, Italy. She is currently Visiting Assistant Professor at the School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, US teaching Environmental Economics and Environmental Policy.
Her research focuses on the optimal use of forestland as a mitigation strategy. Specifically, she uses Integrated Assessment Models to study the trade-off between alternative uses of forestland under climate mitigation policy, the international trade of biomass, and the role that bio-energy combined with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) plays in climate mitigation scenarios.
She extended the WITCH model to account for the international trade of biomass and the dynamic supply of wood. With Professor Robert Mendelsohn, she developed a new version of the Sohngen-Mendelsohn-Sedjo Global Timber model (GTM) that includes the global demand for bio-energy.

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