Capability – Economics and Finance
In Economics, we work on the valuation of wildfire impacts, and assess the human, economic, and institutional drivers of wildfire of wildfire occurrence. Our capability in Finance spans the analytics of wildfire risk impact on different asset classes, as well as its evolution along different climate pathways. We also study wildfire risk at the intersection between climate finance and climate mitigation/ adaptation, including the structuring and pricing of carbon based assets such as forestry-linked securities
Who to Contact
If you have general queries about our capabilities and research in this area, please get in touch with our key contact points below.
Dr Yiannis Kountouris (Economics) (CEP, ICL) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Enrico Biffis (Finance) (Imperial Business School): Email:email@example.com
People working in this area
Dr Giuseppe Brandi (Finance) (ICL) – PDRA – incorporating wildfires data and modelling into financial analytics
Dr Kaveh Salehzadeh Nobari (Finance) (ICL) – PDRA- the viability of forestry assets as means of constructing optimal portfolios
Haleema Misal (Economics) (ICL)- PhD student –Quantifying and monetizing the wildfire impact on human welfare
Erika Piroli (Economics/politics) (ICL) – PhD student- Policy and Fires – do politicians’ incentives and priorities affect wildfires occurrence?
The Centre is directed by a six-strong Leadership Team of a Director and Associate Directors, covering a wide range of areas of expertise that are crucial for the materialisation of our Centre: