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Nepomuk Dunz joined IIASA in June 2018 and is a research assistant with the Risk and Resilience (RISK) program. Mr. Dunz holds a Master’s degree in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy from the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) and a Bachelor’s degree in International Economics from the University of Tübingen. Currently, he is working on his PhD at the Institute for Ecological Economics at the WU in Vienna.
His research work at IIASA will focus on the integration of climate related risks into structural macroeconomic models of development to understand socio-economic challenges for developing countries in the realm of climate change and to develop strategies for building up resilience. In addition, Mr Dunz’s research interests lie in the field of ecological macroeconomics, specifically with stock-flow consistent models that investigate the roles of technological change, international trade, income distribution, and financial flows for achieving pathways of sustainable development.
Last update: 15-JUN-2018
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