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  • ashar aftab

     

    Ashar Aftab is an environmental economist specialising in agri-environmental land use issues, particularly agricultural externalities. I am interested in using choice experiments to design incentives that mitigate environmental problems in developing countries and/ or made worse by climate change. I am an expert in modelling interdisciplinary agrienvironmental catchment systems using nonlinear biophysical economic optimization. I am currently working on incentivising flood adaptation/mitigation measures and policies to control diffuse pollution using spatial targeting in agricultural landscapes.

     

     

  • louise bracken

     

    I am the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), at Durham University, UK. IHRR is a world-leading institute that undertakes outstanding research and translates this into practice to improve the lives of people living with risk. My personal research expertise is in fluvial geomorphology, flooding and how knowledge of rivers is used in practice to manage

    the natural environment.

     

    @_IHRR

  • ADRIÁN HERNÁNDEZ

     

    Before I joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) at Durham in 2011, I worked as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke University. I lecture on the cultures of the insular and post-colonial Atlantic, focusing on Surrealism and the avant-garde; Caribbean texts and diasporas; and Caribbean and Latin American cinema and visual culture.

     

    www.durham.academia.edu/FJHAdri%C3%A1n

  • feisal rahman

     

     

     

     

  • julian williams

     

    Julian Williams started at Durham University Business School in January 2014. He has published widely on the topics of financial regulation, risk management and portfolio management. His main interests lie in market microstructure, regulating complex derivative securities and the impact of the liquidity of these instruments on the cost of capital for individuals, companies and governments. Julian’s work has been commented on and referenced in the Financial Times, the Press and Journal and OECD publications.

     

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  • ashar aftab

     

    Ashar Aftab is an environmental economist specialising in agri-environmental land use issues, particularly agricultural externalities. I am interested in using choice experiments to design incentives that mitigate environmental problems in developing countries and/ or made worse by climate change. I am an expert in modelling interdisciplinary agrienvironmental catchment systems using nonlinear biophysical economic optimization. I am currently working on incentivising flood adaptation/mitigation measures and policies to control diffuse pollution using spatial targeting in agricultural landscapes.

     

     

  • louise bracken

     

    I am the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), at Durham University, UK. IHRR is a world-leading institute that undertakes outstanding research and translates this into practice to improve the lives of people living with risk. My personal research expertise is in fluvial geomorphology, flooding and how knowledge of rivers is used in practice to manage

    the natural environment.

     

    @_IHRR

  • ADRIÁN HERNÁNDEZ

     

    Before I joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) at Durham in 2011, I worked as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke University. I lecture on the cultures of the insular and post-colonial Atlantic, focusing on Surrealism and the avant-garde; Caribbean texts and diasporas; and Caribbean and Latin American cinema and visual culture.

     

    www.durham.academia.edu/FJHAdri%C3%A1n

  • feisal rahman

     

     

     

     

  • julian williams

     

    Julian Williams started at Durham University Business School in January 2014. He has published widely on the topics of financial regulation, risk management and portfolio management. His main interests lie in market microstructure, regulating complex derivative securities and the impact of the liquidity of these instruments on the cost of capital for individuals, companies and governments. Julian’s work has been commented on and referenced in the Financial Times, the Press and Journal and OECD publications.

     

  • ashar aftab

     

    Ashar Aftab is an environmental economist specialising in agri-environmental land use issues, particularly agricultural externalities. I am interested in using choice experiments to design incentives that mitigate environmental problems in developing countries and/ or made worse by climate change. I am an expert in modelling interdisciplinary agrienvironmental catchment systems using nonlinear biophysical economic optimization. I am currently working on incentivising flood adaptation/mitigation measures and policies to control diffuse pollution using spatial targeting in agricultural landscapes.

     

     

  • louise bracken

     

    I am the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), at Durham University, UK. IHRR is a world-leading institute that undertakes outstanding research and translates this into practice to improve the lives of people living with risk. My personal research expertise is in fluvial geomorphology, flooding and how knowledge of rivers is used in practice to manage

    the natural environment.

     

    @_IHRR

  • ADRIÁN HERNÁNDEZ

     

    Before I joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) at Durham in 2011, I worked as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke University. I lecture on the cultures of the insular and post-colonial Atlantic, focusing on Surrealism and the avant-garde; Caribbean texts and diasporas; and Caribbean and Latin American cinema and visual culture.

     

    www.durham.academia.edu/FJHAdri%C3%A1n

  • feisal rahman

     

     

     

     

  • julian williams

     

    Julian Williams started at Durham University Business School in January 2014. He has published widely on the topics of financial regulation, risk management and portfolio management. His main interests lie in market microstructure, regulating complex derivative securities and the impact of the liquidity of these instruments on the cost of capital for individuals, companies and governments. Julian’s work has been commented on and referenced in the Financial Times, the Press and Journal and OECD publications.

     

  • ashar aftab

     

    Ashar Aftab is an environmental economist specialising in agri-environmental land use issues, particularly agricultural externalities. I am interested in using choice experiments to design incentives that mitigate environmental problems in developing countries and/ or made worse by climate change. I am an expert in modelling interdisciplinary agrienvironmental catchment systems using nonlinear biophysical economic optimization. I am currently working on incentivising flood adaptation/mitigation measures and policies to control diffuse pollution using spatial targeting in agricultural landscapes.

     

     

  • louise bracken

     

    I am the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), at Durham University, UK. IHRR is a world-leading institute that undertakes outstanding research and translates this into practice to improve the lives of people living with risk. My personal research expertise is in fluvial geomorphology, flooding and how knowledge of rivers is used in practice to manage

    the natural environment.

     

    @_IHRR

  • ADRIÁN HERNÁNDEZ

     

    Before I joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) at Durham in 2011, I worked as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke University. I lecture on the cultures of the insular and post-colonial Atlantic, focusing on Surrealism and the avant-garde; Caribbean texts and diasporas; and Caribbean and Latin American cinema and visual culture.

     

    www.durham.academia.edu/FJHAdri%C3%A1n

  • feisal rahman

     

     

     

     

  • julian williams

     

    Julian Williams started at Durham University Business School in January 2014. He has published widely on the topics of financial regulation, risk management and portfolio management. His main interests lie in market microstructure, regulating complex derivative securities and the impact of the liquidity of these instruments on the cost of capital for individuals, companies and governments. Julian’s work has been commented on and referenced in the Financial Times, the Press and Journal and OECD publications.

     

  • ashar aftab

     

    Ashar Aftab is an environmental economist specialising in agri-environmental land use issues, particularly agricultural externalities. I am interested in using choice experiments to design incentives that mitigate environmental problems in developing countries and/ or made worse by climate change. I am an expert in modelling interdisciplinary agrienvironmental catchment systems using nonlinear biophysical economic optimization. I am currently working on incentivising flood adaptation/mitigation measures and policies to control diffuse pollution using spatial targeting in agricultural landscapes.

     

     

  • louise bracken

     

    I am the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), at Durham University, UK. IHRR is a world-leading institute that undertakes outstanding research and translates this into practice to improve the lives of people living with risk. My personal research expertise is in fluvial geomorphology, flooding and how knowledge of rivers is used in practice to manage

    the natural environment.

     

    @_IHRR

  • ADRIÁN HERNÁNDEZ

     

    Before I joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) at Durham in 2011, I worked as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke University. I lecture on the cultures of the insular and post-colonial Atlantic, focusing on Surrealism and the avant-garde; Caribbean texts and diasporas; and Caribbean and Latin American cinema and visual culture.

     

    www.durham.academia.edu/FJHAdri%C3%A1n

  • feisal rahman

     

     

     

     

  • julian williams

     

    Julian Williams started at Durham University Business School in January 2014. He has published widely on the topics of financial regulation, risk management and portfolio management. His main interests lie in market microstructure, regulating complex derivative securities and the impact of the liquidity of these instruments on the cost of capital for individuals, companies and governments. Julian’s work has been commented on and referenced in the Financial Times, the Press and Journal and OECD publications.

     

  • ashar aftab

     

    Ashar Aftab is an environmental economist specialising in agri-environmental land use issues, particularly agricultural externalities. I am interested in using choice experiments to design incentives that mitigate environmental problems in developing countries and/ or made worse by climate change. I am an expert in modelling interdisciplinary agrienvironmental catchment systems using nonlinear biophysical economic optimization. I am currently working on incentivising flood adaptation/mitigation measures and policies to control diffuse pollution using spatial targeting in agricultural landscapes.

     

     

  • louise bracken

     

    I am the Executive Director of the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR), at Durham University, UK. IHRR is a world-leading institute that undertakes outstanding research and translates this into practice to improve the lives of people living with risk. My personal research expertise is in fluvial geomorphology, flooding and how knowledge of rivers is used in practice to manage

    the natural environment.

     

    @_IHRR

  • ADRIÁN HERNÁNDEZ

     

    Before I joined the School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) at Durham in 2011, I worked as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Duke University. I lecture on the cultures of the insular and post-colonial Atlantic, focusing on Surrealism and the avant-garde; Caribbean texts and diasporas; and Caribbean and Latin American cinema and visual culture.

     

    www.durham.academia.edu/FJHAdri%C3%A1n

  • feisal rahman

     

     

     

     

  • julian williams

     

    Julian Williams started at Durham University Business School in January 2014. He has published widely on the topics of financial regulation, risk management and portfolio management. His main interests lie in market microstructure, regulating complex derivative securities and the impact of the liquidity of these instruments on the cost of capital for individuals, companies and governments. Julian’s work has been commented on and referenced in the Financial Times, the Press and Journal and OECD publications.