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Olivier is an analyst working on the refinement and improvement of measurement methodologies and modeling tools, such as CBA and SROI. He has a background in development economics and environmental economics. Olivier has notably worked on the TEEB (The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity) project, on the economics of international migrations, and has a considerable experience of development projects appraisal. He also has a deep knowledge of political economy, macro-economics and international economics.
‘The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity: The Quantitative Assessment’ (2011) Hussain, S., McVittie, A., Brander, L., Vardakoulias, O., Wagtendonk, A., Verburg, P., de Groot, R., Tinch, R., Final Report to the United Nations Environment Program. SAC, IVM & EFTEC.
‘Counting on uncertainty: The economic case for community based adaptation in North-East Kenya' (2012) Nicholles N, Vardakoulias O et al London: nef
‘New economics for: Value for Money in International Development’ January 2013
- Regional pay variation makes no economic sense (16 July 2012)
- The human tragedy of Greek austerity (4 April 2012)
- Should the Argentinian experience dissuade Greece from exiting the Eurozone? (23 February 2012)