Heidi J. Albers (Jo) is the Knobloch Wyoming Excellence Chair in Conservation Economics and Finance in the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources and the Department of Economics and Finance at the University of Wyoming. She collaborates with EfD in Tanzania and Central America in the areas of forest, marine, and wildlife conservation and management.
Allen is Principal Economic Advisor to the Climate and Sustainable Development Sector at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Maria A. Naranjo is Research Fellow for the Environment and Development Center for Central America. She is currently finishing her PhD. studies at the Development Economics Group in Wageningen University. Her research is focus on understanding farmers' risk management strategies and preferences towards risk. She holds a master’s degree in environmental economics and natural resources.
Laura is currently enrolled in the PhD program at the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg. Her areas of interest include development, public policy, environmental and health economics, labor, spatial economics, and treatment effect models.
Jorge Rivera is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Public Policy at George Washington University. Currently, he is also a Visiting Research Fellow at CATIE in Costa Rica.
Fredrik Carlsson is a professor of economics at the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg. His fields of specialization are environmental economics, applied microeconomics, and behavioral economics. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Gothenburg in 1999.
As the Director of the Latin American Chair of Environmental Decisions for Global Change (CLADA) at CATIE he has designed and implemented research and action-research project to support a variety of stakeholders’ decision-making processes on ecosystem services conservation in several countries of Latin America.
Peter Martinsson is a professor in behavioural economics at the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg. His current research interest is mainly about behavioural economics. He is also interested in environmental economics, health economics, welfare economics and happiness research.
Salvatore Di Falco is Professor in Environmental Economics, Economics Department at the University of Geneva and Research Associate at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment in London School of Economics (LSE).
Anna Nordén is an Assistant Professor in Economics at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Jönköping University. Her specialization is in environmental policy and behavioral economics with focus on aspects of policy instruments for sustainable development and their relation to human behavior and decision making.
Alexander Pfaff is Associate Professor of Public Policy, Economics and Environment at Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy.
Paul J. Ferraro is Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Business and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Graduate of Agronomy at the University of Costa Rica, with a Masters in Integrated Watershed Management CATIE. His doctoral thesis is on the impacts of climate change on the hydrological functions of ecosystems in Mesoamerica. He has experience in issues related to CDM forestry projects and in recent years in large-scale modeling of ecosystem services in climate and land use change scenarios.
Erin is a professor of forest economics and coordinator of international programs in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources at North Carolina State University, and a research associate of CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research) and Imazon (Amazon Institute of People and the Environment).
Subhrendu K. Pattanayak is a Professor of Public Policy, Environmental Economics and Global Health at Duke University. Subhrendu’s research is in two domains: (i) economics of environmental health, and (ii) evaluation of forest ecosystem services.
Louis Preonas is currently a PhD student at University of California, Berkeley, in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. He studies a range of issues in the field of energy and environmental economics, with focuses on how U.S. firms respond to energy and environmental policies and on how such policies impact economic growth in the developing world.
Rodrigo Arriagada is Assistant Professor at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Director of the Research Nucleus Center for the Socioeconomic Impact of Environmental Policies (http://www.cesiep.cl). Rodrigo holds a PhD in environmental and resource economics from North Carolina State University.
Alejandro is Associate Professor at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) in Mexico City and Chair of the Economics Department. He has a Master (2003) and a PhD (2006) in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Davis.
Taylor Ricketts is Gund Professor and Director of the Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont. Taylor’s research centers on the overarching question: How do we meet the needs of people and nature in an increasingly crowded, changing world? His recent work has focused on the economic and health benefits provided to people by forests, wetlands, reefs, and other natural areas.