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Dr Victor Nechifor-Vostinaru
  • Research Associate
  • Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
Victor Nechifor is currently a Research Associate at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources where he is focusing on the energy-water-food nexus in the context of large hydropower investments. He has a PhD from UCL in Sustainable Resources and Modelling with a thesis on the global economic impacts of water scarcity using a CGE GTAP-based framework. He also has several years of experience in consulting work on the state-of-the-art of macro-economic modelling related to resource use impacts and the circular economy. He holds a BSc in Telecommunications Engineering and an MSc in Global Energy Management.

Research Summary

Areas of research

  • Macro-economic analysis using national and global general equilibrium models
  • Water resources management
  • Energy and climate change economics
  • Water-energy-food interlinkages
  • Circular economy
  • Environmental sustainability – analysis tools and indicators

Teaching Summary
Seminars in:
  • Advanced Environmental Economics
  • Introduction to Resource Economics and Policy

01-MAR-2018 Research Associate Institute for Sustainable Resources  , United Kingdom
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