Andrea Bacilieri

Doctoral Student

School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford

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Biography

Andrea Bacilieri is a DPhil student at the Department of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford. She is affiliated with both the Economics of Sustainability and the Complexity Economics programmes at INET. She holds an MSc in Economics from Barcelona Graduate School of Economics and an MSc in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment from University College London.

Her research focuses on firm-level production networks, network reconstruction and climate change. Andrea is broadly interested in network theory, agent-based modelling and machine learning. She is passionate about understanding different paradigms of societal and economic transformations that can help us overcome the challenges we currently face, such as ecological collapse, inequality, and climate and environmental justice.

She is also working on the Oxford Martin School Programme on the Post-Carbon Transition, where she focuses on identifying sensitive intervention points in the economic system that have the potential for a dramatic acceleration of the transition to a net-zero carbon society.