Lidia Vidal-Meliá

About me

My doctoral thesis was at the intersection of environmental and experimental economics. I have used experiments (oTree and z-Tree) to test different policy instruments for emission control. More specifically, my thesis focused on technology adoption. I primarily used experimental and empirical methods, using Stata to apply statistical procedures, e.g. (non-) parametric tests, (non-) linear regression.

I have taught introductory and intermediate microeconomics and environmental economics at the undergraduate level.



Interests

  • Environmental Economics

  • Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Education

  • Dr. of Economics, 2020
    Department of
    Economics, University Jaume I, Spain

  • MA in Economics, 2015
    University of
    Valencia, Spain

  • BA in Business Administration and Management, 2013
    University
    Jaume I, Spain