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Dr. Gernot WAGNER Research associate, John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; Director, Harvard's Solar Geoengineering Program, Cambridge, MA

CV

2002 Joint BA in Environmental Science and Public Policy, and Economics Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2003 MA in Economics, Stanford University, CA
2006 MA in Economy and Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2007 PhD in Political Economy and Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2007 Leader Writer Team, Peter Martin Fellow, Financial Times, London
2007-2008 Consultant, The Boston Consulting Group, New York
2011-2012 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Columbia University, New York
2012-2016 Adjunct Associate Professor, Columbia University, New York
2016 Adjunct Associate Professor, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University
2008-2013 Economist, Environmental Defense Fund New York, New York and Boston, MA
2013-2014 Senior Economist, Environmental Defense Fund New York, New York and Boston, MA
2014-2016 Lead Senior Economist, Environmental Defense Fund New York, New York and Boston, MA
since 2016 Research Associate and Lecturer, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Publications

Burns, Elizabeth T., Jane A. Flegal, David W. Keith, Aseem Mahajan, Dustin Tingley, and Gernot Wagner: What do people think when they think about solar geoengineering? A review of empirical social science literature, and prospects for future research, Earth's Future 4/11, 2016
Kopp, Robert E, Rachael Shwom, Jiacan Yuan, and Gernot Wagner: Tipping elements and climate-economic shocks: Implications for the cost of climate change, Earth s Future 4/8, 2016
Wagner, G.; Weitzman M.L.: Climate Shock: The Economic Consequences of a Hotter Planet, Princeton University Press, 2015
Wagner, G.: But Will the Planet Notice? How Smart Economics Can Save the World, Hill & Wang, New York, 2011