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Alice Favero

Alice Favero

Senior Environmental Economist


PhD, Science and Management of Climate Change, Department of Economics, University of Venice
MSc, Economics and Finance, University of Venice
BA, Economics and Finance, University of Venice

Alice Favero is a senior environmental economist in RTI’s Center for Applied Economics and Strategy. Dr. Favero has over 10 years of experience with the Global Timber Model (GTM) and GAMS, forestry economics, climate change policy and economics and climate change impacts on forests.  

Dr. Favero’s research focuses on the use of economic models to study how climate mitigation policies and climate change will affect the use and management of forests. Dr. Favero has developed and implemented economics tools to solve a range of practical problems in the areas of forestry management, climate change mitigation, and adaptation. She has advanced modelling skills and experience in assembling, managing, manipulating, and analyzing datasets. She enhanced the Integrated Assessment Model (IAM) WITCH, developed a new version of GTM, and linked the two models to estimate the dynamic response of energy and land demands and supplies under different temperature targets and carbon taxes. Recently, she has worked with the Global Dynamic Vegetation Model LPX Bern to estimate future climate changes impacts on forests.  

Before joining RTI in 2023, Dr. Favero was a faculty member, program coordinator, and director of graduate studies at the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech, where she has taught courses on environmental economics and policy, energy policy, and markets and climate policy.  

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