Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Forschungsprojekt SEE-URBAN-WATER
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Business Administrator and Economist, graduated from the National Chengchi University in Taiwan, with a specialization in Environmental Economic Policies. Veronica completed her Master's studies in Economics and IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) in Paris and Torino, where she worked on research projects, evaluating and quantifying the benefits, costs, incentives and economic impacts of the different alternatives of gas emissions for the automotive industry in Europe. Interested in environmental economics, she worked with different economic and statistic models of societal decline due to the exploitation of natural resources in the islands of South America. Coming from Nicaragua and interested in contributing to her country, Veronica is currently part of the SEE-URBAN-WATER junior research group in order to support Nicaraguan citizens, by evaluating and quantifying the benefits and costs of different alternatives for sustainable drainage systems and new possibilities of investments in the region.