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- Faculty of Engineering Science
Dr Adeline Tubb is UCL Australia’s economics lecturer. Prior to her appointment at UCL, Adeline was a Research Fellow at the University of Ottawa in Canada. She completed her PhD in economics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in 2012 and also holds an undergraduate degree in economics with Honours from UNSW.
Adeline's research portfolio lies at the intersection of environmental and economic sustainability and is divided into two broad streams. The first investigates the relationship between demography, economic growth and environmental quality, in particular the impact of population ageing on government environmental expenditure. Her second research stream explores the interrelationship between environmental policy, competitiveness and innovation, focussing on the role played by technology spillovers in enhancing environmental R&D at the firm level and how firm profitability is impacted by environmental R&D.
|2012||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Economics||University of New South Wales|
|2008||BCom(Hons)||Bachelor of Commerce – Economics||University of New South Wales|