Darragh McLaughlin

Phd Student, Faculty of Economics

Email: [email protected]

Supervisor: Kamiar Mohaddes

Research topics: Macroeconomics of Climate Change; Economics of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services; Transition Dynamics and Climate Risks

Biography: Darragh McLaughlin is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Economics. Darragh’s research interests spans topics such as environmental economics and the macroeconomics of climate change to climate risks and the economics of biodiversity and ecosystems services. Prior to the PhD, Darragh worked as an associate economist at the Central Bank of Ireland working primarily on inflation modelling and analysis. Darragh obtained an MSc in Economics at the University of Edinburgh and a BSc in Economics and Finance at University College Dublin.