Claire Brunel

Associate Professor, Department of Politics Economics and Governance

Professor Brunel’s research focuses on issues at the intersection of environmental economics and international economics. Her research examines whether climate change and environmental regulation create cross-border effects, including the relocation of industries, the transfer of green technologies, and human migration.

Prior to SIS, Professor Brunel worked at the Research Department of the World Bank, the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and the Embassy of France as Trade Policy Attaché.

Current Projects

• Weather shocks and internal migration in Brazil

• The drivers of climate innovation in developed and developing countries

• Digitalization and environmental innovation in Vietnam

• War gender and innovation