Prof. Anil Markandya
Prof. Anil Markandya is Director of BC3 and honorary Professor of Economics at the University of Bath. His work is in the field of resource and environmental economics. He was a lead author for Chapters of the 3rd and 4th IPCC Assessment Reports on Climate Change and has just finished contributing to the 5th IPCC Report. He was nominated by Cambridge University as one of the top 50 contributors to thinking on sustainability in the world. In 2012 he was elected the President of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics and in has become a member of the Scientific Council of the European Environment Agency. In the DECCMA project Anil leads the BC3 team that is providing the economics analysis
Dr. Inaki Arto
Inaki Arto is a research fellow at BC3. He has a PhD in Economics, a MSc in Engineering and a degree in Economics. He has occupied research positions at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (2010-2013) and at the University of the Basque Country (2001-2010). In the DECCMA project he is contributing to the analysis of the economic impacts of climate change.
Dr. Ignacio Cazcarro
Ignacio Cazcarro has a BA, MA and PhD in Economics (University of Zaragoza, Spain). He worked 2 years as a post-doctoral research fellow (Department of Economics, RPI, Troy, NY, USA) participating in a National Science Foundation project. Ignacio is involved in Work Package 4, in the economic analysis, of construction of input-output tables and related models for the deltas.
Mikel Gonzalez-Eguino is a senior researcher at BC3. He holds a PhD in Economics (a degree in Engineering). His main interests lie in the fields of environmental, energy and public economics. His involvement in the DECCMA project will be related to the economic assessment of the impact of climate change in the deltas using a multi-regional CGE model.