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Interview with Economist Boglárka Molnár

We interviewed Economist Boglárka Molnár from the Cambridge Econometrics Team in Hungary covering her work highlights so far, what inspired her to become an economist and what she likes to do in her spare time.

Tell us about your role at Cambridge Econometrics
I am an eco…

A day in the life of an economist: Ornella Dellaccio

Ornella Dellaccio economist

While Ornella is relatively new to the company she is already enjoying some challenging, interesting work…here we ask her a few questions about herself.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your role at Cambridge Econometrics

I joined Cambridge Econometrics last year as …

Interview with Economist Jack Spencer

Economist Jack Spencer

Tell us about your role at Cambridge Econometrics:
I am an economist in the Economy team, which covers policy areas like sectors and trade, infrastructure and innovation.

My role here is ultimately about finding ways to understand how policies or economic events affect us.

Spotlight on economist Sachin Babbar


This month’s spotlight blog features our Economist Sachin Babbar, based at our Brussels office.
Sachin tells us why he feels particularly nerdy at the moment, how he was inspired by Tim Harford’s ‘The Undercover Economist’ and why he’s so passionate about GDP!

Tell us about y…

The end of energy as we know it

fossil fuels stranded assets

Jean-Francois is lead author of  Macroeconomic impact of stranded fossil fuel assets, published in Nature Climate Change last week.
The report highlights the significant macroeconomic and geopolitical consequences of continued investment in fossil fuels.  He is our guest blogg…