I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow at the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, where I develop my project WATER DROP (Droughts and Water Scarcity in the EU: Economic Impact, Adaptation, Policy Implications and Integrated Assessment Modelling).
My research interests vary from Environmental Economics to the economic and social impacts of Climate Change. By examining local and regional data and by using statistical and econometric techniques, I try to understand the relationship between society and the environment. I am very much interested in computer programming and steadily searching for innovative ways of displaying data.
Prior to joining FEEM, I earned my PhD in Qunatitative Economics at the University of Alicante and obtained a Master’s Degree in Economics and Finance at CEMFI. I also used to work for a couple of years at the Research Department of the Bank of Spain where I mostly worked on the implementation of real-time forecasting techniques and the monitoring and analysis of fiscal policies.