Hi there, I am Emil Dimantchev and I am a researcher specializing in climate policy. I currently work at MIT where I analyze the costs and benefits of climate policy. My current focus is on U.S. state-level climate policies and their impacts on air pollution and human health. I am a member of MIT’s Selin Group and MIT’s Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change.
I have served as a consultant to government officials on carbon pricing policy and worked five years as a carbon pricing analyst at Thomson Reuters. There, I provided policy analyses and forecasts on European and global carbon pricing systems to governments, Members of the European Parliament, and Fortune Global 500 companies. My research has been featured in policy hearings in the EU Parliament and Commission and quoted in the media including the BBC, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, Politico, Reuters, CarbonBrief, Climate Home, Carbon Pulse, and others.
I hold a degree in mathematical economics from Colorado College. Currently, I am pursuing a Master of Science degree at the MIT Technology and Policy Program.
Get in touch: emild at mit dot edu.