Senior Climate Change and Development Economist
Climate Science and Impacts
Jessie is a Senior Climate Change and Development Economist, who specialises in the socioeconomic impacts of climate change and extreme events, including direct and indirect spillover effects at the macroeconomic level and impacts across different vulnerable groups at the household level, disaster risk management and development planning. She is based in Berlin.
Prior to joining Climate Analytics, she worked as a Senior Economic Development Specialist for the Government of the Philippines under the National Economic and Development Authority, and has been intensively involved in macroeconomic policy and planning in the Philippines.
She holds two Masters degrees in International and Development Economics from HTW-Berlin and the University of the Philippines, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics from the University of the Philippines.
- Climate cost modelling: analysis of damage and mitigation frameworks and guidance for political use
- Sharing the burden: quantifying climate change spillovers in the European Union under the Paris Agreement
- Coal phase out and energy transition pathways for Asia and the Pacific
- The impact of climate change on incomes and convergence in Africa
- Decarbonising South Asia and South East Asia