Luis A. Fernández Intriago

Labor Economist (Post-doctoral Fellow), Environmental Defense Fund

Welcome to my website!

Bio

Currently, I am a Labor Economist (Post-doctoral Fellow) within the Economics and Global Climate Cooperation team at the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).

Before joining EDF, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Resources for the Future (RFF). I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University (ASU). Before that time, I worked as a Policy Advisor at the Mexican Ministry of Finance (SHCP).

My background is a hybrid of Macroeconomics, Environmental Economics, and quantitative economy-wide modeling. My current research focuses on Environmental Economics from a Macroeconomics perspective. Much of my work relates to understanding the effects of implementing carbon pricing or other environmental policies on the economy as a whole and the labor market.


What's new

My most recent working paper, joint with Diana MacDonald, focuses on the interaction of labor markets with informality and environmental policies.

My research project Job Quality and the Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy joint with Marc Hafstead and Roberton C. Williams III is part of the program of the AERE Sponsored Sessions at the 2023 MEA Meetings, and of the program of the NBER's Distributional Consequences of New Energy Policies Conference, 2023.

Also, I participated in Resources Radio's Episode 181, 70 Years of RFF: A Day in the Life at Resources for the Future, with other RFF staff. The transcript also got into the magazine Resources. Also, my son Nico and I were featured in the article Making Memories with #MyResources.