Dr Fernanda Senra de Moura
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment | Environmental Change Institute (ECI) | School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
Dr Fernanda Senra de Moura is a Research Associate at the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, and the Environmental Change Institute (ECI), the School of Geography and the Environment, at the University of Oxford.
Fernanda’s research focuses on political institutions and environmental policy in developing countries. She also studies gender inequality. Fernanda uses both microeconomic theory and applied methods. She has worked in climate risk management with international development and government institutions in Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.
Current projects include: Data-driven systems mapping of SDGs and their interaction with the energy transition; The Heterogeneous Effects of Reelection Incentives: Evidence from Brazil; Gender Gaps in Parliament: Access to Public Funds by Legislators in Brazil; Climate risk financing in developing countries.