Ms Johanna Arlinghaus
Research Member of Common Room
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
Johanna is an applied environmental economist with a focus on fiscal and climate policy. In her research, she uses econometric methods for causal inference and large micro-level datasets to evaluate policies. Johanna works as a postdoctoral research associate within the Greenhouse Gas Removal Hub (CO2RE) at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. At CO2RE, Johanna is particularly interested in the workings of different policy instruments to support Greenhouse Gas Removal.
Prior to completing her PhD in Economics at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change and Berlin Technical University, Johanna worked at the OECD Center for Tax Policy and Administration for more than four years. While at OECD, she designed and led research projects on energy and carbon taxes, and emissions trading systems, in close exchange with national policy makers.