Senior Research Associate
Assistant Director, Energy Policy Research Group
MA (University of St Andrews), DPhil (University of Oxford)
My research interests span industrial organisation, climate policy, and energy economics, with much of my current work sits at the nexus between power, carbon and natural gas markets.
Recent research projects are on carbon pricing (including the design of a carbon border adjustment mechanism), the economics of cost pass-through, competition in global gas markets, and market design for high-renewables electricity systems.
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A more 'holistic' approach will be developed to link executive pay to climate-change metrics across the supply chain, says a new study by Robert Ritz of Cambridge Judge Business School.