About me

My name is Anne Nobel. I currently hold a position as environmental economist at the World Bank. I am also a Research Affiliate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a postdoctoral research scientist at Hasselt University. I am specializing in quantitative data-driven analysis of issues such as climate change adaptation and mitigation, biodiversity loss, and environmental pollution. I have over seven years of combined professional and research experience in statistically analyzing such impacts, and I published my work in journals that are leading in the field of environmental science and environmental economics (top 3% and top 10%, respectively). I hold a Ph.D. in applied economics from Hasselt University, Belgium, and a Master’s degree in technology management from Delft University of Technology (cum laude).