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Dr Aileen Lam

Dr Aileen Lam

Centre Fellow


Biography:

Dr Aileen Lam is an environmental economist with research interests in the areas of modelling energy policies and innovation, the macroeconomic impacts of low-carbon innovation, the diffusion of innovations in the transport sector. As part of a consortium effort led by Cambridge Econometrics (E3ME), and involving the University of Cambridge (FTT), and Open University (GENIE), Dr Lam was part of the team that developed the transport sector component of the integrated assessment model E3ME-FTT-GENIE. The modelling suite has been used to assess policy proposal of many governments, notably the European Commission. Aileen Lam holds PhD, MPhil and a B.A. degrees in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge.  She is currently a Macao Fellow/Lecturer at the University of Macau.