Dr Eugenie Dugoua is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Economics at the London School of Economics, in the Department of Geography and Environment. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Sustainable Development from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in 2018. Her dissertation focused on the economics of the environment and technological change. As an environmental economist, Dr Dugoua works on topics at the intersection of environmental issues and innovation and technological change. Her research interests lie primarily in understanding how policies, and more broadly speaking, institutions can influence innovation and science to make economic development sustainable for the environment and societies.
Current areas of research include:
- Green Innovation; Green inventors; Energy transition; Transition to electric cars.
- Text-as-data in environmental economics and policy; NLP; Topic modelling.
- Induced innovation and international environmental agreements; Ozone depletion; Montreal Protocol.