Ingrid Dallmann - Ph.D. in Economics - Climate change economics

Hi, I'm Ingrid Dallmann.

I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from the University Paris-Sud, Paris-Saclay (France), as well as a degree in Industrial Engineering from the National University of Asuncion (Paraguay).
In my research, I study the impact of climate change measured by long-term changes in climatic variables and extreme climate-related disasters, on several economic outcomes: migration, international trade and vector-borne diseases in different developing countries.
My work is mainly empirical. I have skills in data management, statistics, and econometrics. I am proficient with R and Stata. Currently, I am learning how to exploit big data with Spark, MapReduce, and Elasticsearch … and languages such as Python and Scala.
My research interests are on climate change economics and more precisely, the various impacts of climate change.
I like to learn and apply everything that concern data-based information: from identifying the needed data from different sources, to its management, analysis, and final reporting, in order to create meaningful (and beautiful) information visualizations.
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