Principal Investigator | Associate Senior Lecturer
Environmental Politics Research Group
Main research and teaching areas
- Environmental federalism
- Biodiversity governance
- Quantitative methods
Current research and teaching
Generally, I am interested in the effectiveness of environmental policies. Methodologically, I use quantitative methods to analyse public finance institutions for land use, conservation, and participatory governance mechanisms for sustainable development. I have been working on insurance values of soil biodiversity in the face of climate change. Now, I largely work on forest policies, the governance of trade-offs and the transformation of land use sectors, and financial markets.
Read more on Nils Droste's own web site: https://nils.droste.io
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