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I investigate the consequences of environmental and energy issues in macroeconomics. My broad goal is to find solutions to reconcile economic growth and environmental concerns. In addition, I am interested in finding efficient solutions to other resource management problems.

My current research investigates technological change and its consequences for energy transitions and economic growth. Specifically, my research focuses on obtaining empirical estimates of a technological transition in the electricity sector. These estimates are important to understand changes in the electricity sector and to design policies to decarbonize the electricity sector.