Georgina is interested in environmental and transport economics. She has conducted research on the role of governments in the internalisation of externalities, with a focus on air pollution, global warming, and traffic congestion.
Her current research falls under three themes:
1. Emission trading in the road transport sector in the EU;
2. Harmonisation of transport taxes and duties, to include all modes across all EU countries;
3. Congestion charging.
PhD in Economics, Downing College, University of Cambridge.
Master of Science in Environmental and Resource Economics, University College London.
Licenciate in Economics, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina.
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment and Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford, Research Fellow, October '08 to June '10.
School of Geography and the Environment and Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford, Departmental Lecturer, September '04 to June '10.
Department of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge, British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow, held together with a Junior Research Fellowship at Wolfson College, September '01 to August '04.
Newnham College, University of Cambridge, College Lecturer, October '01 to June '02.
Department of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge, Research Assistant, October '97 to August '01.
Department of Economics, University of Southampton, Research Assistant, October '96 to December '96.