Sarah Duffy is a doctoral student at the Department of Economics and is supervised by Profs Doyne Farmer, Rick Van der Ploeg, and Andrea Ferrero. She is part of the Complexity Economics group at the Institute for New Economic Thinking and is funded by the Balliol-Oxford Economics Scholarship.
Previously, Sarah completed an MPhil in economics and a BA in PPE at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the role that macro-financial policy could play in the transition to a green economy, and on empirical and theoretical questions surrounding transition risk. Her main areas of interest are climate-macro modelling, applied econometrics, and the economics of the green transition.