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Tamás Krisztin joined IIASA's Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program as a Research Scholar in April 2015. His current scientific interests include Bayesian and spatial econometrics. At IIASA, he is mainly contributing to the SIGMA project, where he is implementing an econometric downscaling framework for spatial explicit projection of GLOBIOM results along multiple socio-economic pathways and on improving the land-use change mechanisms in GLOBIOM.
Prior to coming to IIASA, he was employed at the Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience at the WU Vienna University of Economic and Business as a research and teaching assistant prae doc. He completed his PhD at the institute, focusing on modelling interregional freight flows in Europe, while taking into account spatial dependencies. During this time he also co-authored various research papers focusing on economic growth, spatial models of land use change and time-series forecasting.
Last update: 26-APR-2016
Sandstrom V, Valin H, Krisztin T, Havlik P, Herrero M, & Kastner T (2018). The role of trade in the greenhouse gas footprints of EU diets. Global Food Security 19: 48-55. DOI:10.1016/j.gfs.2018.08.007.
Krisztin T (2018). Semi-parametric spatial autoregressive models in freight generation modeling. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 114: 121-143. DOI:10.1016/j.tre.2018.03.003.
Leclere D, Obersteiner M, Alkemade R, Almond R, Barrett M, Bunting G, Burgess N, Butchart S, et al. (2018). Towards pathways bending the curve terrestrial biodiversity trends within the 21st century. IIASA
Seneviratne I, Wartenburger R, Guillod BP, Hirsch AL, Vogel Martha M, Brovkin V, van Vuuren DP, Schaller N, et al. (2018). Climate extremes, land–climate feedbacks and land-use forcing at 1.5°C. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 376 (2119): e20160450. DOI:10.1098/rsta.2016.0450.
Thomson M, Balkovic J, Krisztin T, & MacDonald G (2018). Simulated impact of paleoclimate change on Fremont Native American maize farming in Utah, 850–1449 CE, using crop and climate models. Quarternary International DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2018.09.031. (In Press)
Huber F, Krisztin T, & Piribauer P (2017). Forecasting Global Equity Indices using Large Bayesian VARs. Bulletin of Economic Research 69 (3): 288-308. DOI:10.1111/boer.12094.
Krisztin T (2017). The Determinants of Regional Freight Transport: A Spatial, Semiparametric Approach. Geographical Analysis 49 (3): 268-308. DOI:10.1111/gean.12125.
Alexander P, Prestele R, Verburg PH, Arneth A, Baranzelli C, Batista e Silva F, Brown C, Butler A, et al. (2017). Assessing uncertainties in land cover projections. Global Change Biology 23: 767-781. DOI:10.1111/gcb.13447.
Peñuelas J, Janssens IA, Ciais P, Obersteiner M, Krisztin T, Piao S, & Sardans J (2017). Increasing gap in human height between rich and poor countries associated to their different intakes of N and P. Scientific Reports 7 (1): 1-10. DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-17880-3.
Prestele R, Alexander P, Rounsevell M, Arneth A, Calvin K, Doelman J, Eitelberg D, Engström K, et al. (2016). Hotspots of uncertainty in land use and land cover change projections: a global scale model comparison. Global Change Biology 22 (12): 3967-3983. DOI:10.1111/gcb.13337.
Boere E, Mosnier A, Bocqueho G, Krisztin T, & Havlik P (2016). Developing country-wide farm typologies: An analysis of Ethiopian smallholders’ income and food security. In: 5th International Conference of the African Association of Agricultural Economists, September 23-26, 2016, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Krisztin T, Havlik P, Leclère D, & Moreau I (2015). Global High-resolution Land-use Change Projections: A Bayesian Multinomial Logit Downscaling Approach Incorporating Model Uncertainty and Spatial Effects. In: Systems Analysis 2015 - A Conference in Celebration of Howard Raiffa, 11 -13 November, 2015, Laxenburg, Austria.
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