Wisdom Akpalu was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA) in University of Pretoria but has recently moved to the USA. Wisdom Akpalu has an extensive research interest within the broader area of natural resource management, health economics and experimental economics.
The Environmental Economics Policy Research Unit is a collaborative association of academic researchers specializing in environmental and natural resource issues. The unit was established in 2007 to promote sustainable development and poverty reduction in Southern Africa. EPRU is based at the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town.
Mintewab Bezabih is a Research Officer at the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment, the London School of Economics and Political Sceinces. Her main research interests are biodiversity and climate change, performance of rural land markets, and fisheries economics.
Anthony Black is Professor in the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town (UCT). He holds degrees from the universities of Cape Town, Sussex (United Kingdom) and Natal (Durban). From 2003 to 2005 he was Director of the School of Economics. His main fields of expertise are development economics, trade and industrial policy and in particular the automotive industry.
Kerri Brick is a research fellow at the Environmental Policy Research Unit (EPRU). Her current work focuses on the public goods dilemma synonymous with climate change, equity issues in global climate change negotiations, and the measurement of risk preferences using framed field experiments.
The focus of Professor Emeritus Gardner Brown´s research has been on studying renewable resources models including predator-prey relations, metapopulations and antibiotics. He has had an enduring interest in endangered populations and in non-market valuation including valuations of changes in ecosystems due to global climate change. His most recent research interest is the impli
Salvatore Di Falco is Professor in Environmental Economics, Economics Department at the University of Geneva and Research Associate at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment in London School of Economics (LSE).
Johane Dikgang is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics and Econometrics, at the University of Johannesburg. He is currently a Research Associate of Environmental Economics Policy Research Unit (EPRU), in the School of Economics, at the University of Cape Town. He holds a PhD from the University of Cape Town.
David Fadiran is a PhD candidate at the University of Cape Town. He has worked as a Lecturer at University of Cape Town, a Policy Analyst at Social Development Commission, an Economics Teaching assistant at Northern Illinois University, and a CTY Teaching assistant at Johns Hopkins University.
Dambala is Research Fellow at EPRU and a Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town. He is also a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Economics at the University of Mannheim. He completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Economics at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Stephanie Giamporcaro is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) and a Research Associate at the Environmental Economics Policy Research Unit housed in the School of Economics of the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Current research interest: Climate change (economics, mitigation & policy), energy and environmental economics. Harald’s main research focus is energy and climate change mitigation, and its links to local sustainable development. His approach is multi-disciplinary, focusing on policy questions using economic tools, social analysis and environmental indicators.
Reviva Hasson has a BSc in Environmental and Geographical Science (2003), a BCom (Hons) in Economics (2004) and Master’s degree in Applied Economics (2009), all obtained from UCT . Reviva is a Junior Research Fellow at EPRU and the unit’s Media Liaison Officer.
Coretha Komba obtained her PhD (Economics) at the University of Cape Town in December 2014. The focus of her PhD research was on the economics of climate change vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation in Tanzania. Prior to this, she obtained a Masters Degree in International Development from the International University of Japan.
Tony Leiman is an associate professor at the University of Cape Town and has been researching and teaching environmental economics since 1990. In 1993/4 he spent a sabbatical year at CSERGE (University College London) which further cemented his interest in the field.
The main research interest of the researcher relates to how human rationality is affected by the physical and social context, and how insights from psychology can be merged with economic theory in order to better understand the process underlying human decision making. The papers included in the PhD-thesis focus on sexual risk taking in the presence of HIV/AIDS.