Dr Felix Pretis
Deputy Director Climate Econometrics
James Martin Research Fellow at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford / Assistant Professor, Department of Economics,University of Victoria, British Columbia
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, and the Deputy Director of the Climate Econometrics project based in Nuffield College.
I am also a James Martin Research Fellow at the Oxford Martin School, Programme for Economic Modelling at the Institute for New Economic Thinking, and an Associate Member at Nuffield College.
My work has been funded by a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford, and I was also a visiting researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, at the Global Policy Lab and the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory.
Attributing agnostically detected large reductions in road CO2 emissions to policy mixes
08 Sep 22
Does a carbon tax reduce CO2 emissions? Evidence from British Columbia
05 May 22
Understanding glacial cycles: A multivariate disequilibrium approach
22 Feb 21
Special Issue: Econometric Models of Climate Change
01 Jan 20
In this annals issue we have collected articles that focus on the econometric analysis of climate da...
Econometric modelling of climate systems: The equivalence of energy balance models and cointegrated vector autoregressions
01 Jan 20
Here I show that energy-balance models of climate are equivalent to an econometric cointegrated syst...
Variation in responsiveness to warranted behaviour change among NHS clinicians: novel implementation of change detection methods in longitudinal prescribing data
02 Oct 19
To determine how clinicians vary in their response to new guidance on existing or new interventions,...
Automated General-to-Specific (GETS) Modelling of the mean of variance of regressions, and indicator saturation methods for outliers and structural breaks
01 Aug 18
Uncertain impacts on economic growth when stabilizing global temperatures at 1.5°C or 2°C warming
02 Apr 18
Carbon dioxide emission-intensity in climate projections: Comparing the observational record to socio-economic scenarios
15 Sep 17
A new archive of large volcanic events over the past millennium derived from reconstructed summer temperatures
22 Aug 17
All change! The implications of non-stationarity for empirical modelling, forecasting and policy
23 Nov 16