I am a DPhil student at the School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford. I am also affiliated with the Institute for New Economic Thinking and the Smith School.  I'm supervised by Prof. Cameron Hepburn, Prof. Doyne Farmer and Dr. François Lafond. 

My research has so far focused on firm-level production networks and network reconstruction. Recently, I am also looking into the economy-wide ecological impacts of mitigation pathways.  

My work has the underlying thread of building new input-output macroeconomic models that account for economy-Earth system interactions and that can serve as a laboratory for understanding how to address current challenges and for exploring new possible futures. 

I'm interested in complexity science, ecological economics, post-growth, agent-based models and data science. I am passionate about understanding different paradigms of societal and economic system transformations that could help us overcome the challenges we currently face — e.g., the climate and ecological crises, inequality and global justice.


Andrea Bacilieri

DPhil student

name [dot] surname [at] sant [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk

Institute for New Economic Thinking

Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment

Department of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford


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