Climate change motivates financial flows within or between countries in order to support mitigation and adaptation meassures.
Economics helps us to understand the underlying motives and the final impacts of these flows.
Maria Victoria studied Business Administration at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and a Master in Applied Economic Analysis at the University of Alcalá (Spain).
She received two scholarships to study at the University of Reutlingen (Germany) and at the Central University of Chile (Chile). During this last stay she conducted a research on the internalization of externalities caused by the Chilean electric sector following a cap-and-trade scheme.
As Research Assistant within the Environmental Economics Group and the Environmental Remote Sensing Group of the University of Alcalá (Spain), she has been involved in projects dealing with the spatially-explicit economic valuation impacts of human activities and wildfires.
Within the Economic Analysis Department of the University of Valencia (Spain) she has supported research on the stability of International Environmental Agreements.