Lecturer, University of Reading
Stefania Lovo is a Lecturer in Economics at the Department of Economics at the University of Reading, UK. Her research interests are in development economics, applied microeconomics – specifically on firm’s dynamics, and policy impact evaluation. She has also done work on environmental economics. In particular, she has studied how deforestation interacts with ethnic diversity and institutional quality, how tenure insecurity, climate shocks and crop choices affect rural household welfare and how environmental policies impact on firm location, international trade and firm performance.
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