Fields of expertise
- Environmental Scenarios,
- Participatory Multi-Criteria Approaches (PMCA),
- Sustainability indicators,
- Green Economy
- Sharing Economy.
Before joining the EPFL, Albert Merino-Saum worked also part-time in university teaching (principally at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the UVSQ). He has taught a wide range of courses (more than 800 HETD), including core topics in Economics (Microeconomics II, Macroeconomics I, History of Economic Thought, Statistics, International Economics, etc.) and also several interdisciplinary courses related to Sustainability Science.
He is also working as co-Editor of the IJSD (International Journal of Sustainable Development) published by Inderscience.
Albert Merino-Saum joined the HERUS Lab in May 2019. He is currently working on: (i) the Sharing Economy and its rebound effects (Re: Share Project); (ii) the concept of Green Economy and the metrics used to monitor it; (iii) Urban Sustainability indicators (in4us Project).
|PhD||Economics (area of expertise: Ecological Economics and Sustainability Science), with highest honors||University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France)||Nov. 2015|
|Master Degree||Environmental Economics and Territorial Governance, with top honors||University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France)||June 2006|
|Post-Graduated Degree||Ecological Economics and Environmental Policy, with honors||Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)||June 2005|
|Post-Graduated Diploma||Environmental Law, with honors||National Open University of Spain||June 2005|
|Bachelor's Degree||Economics, with honors||Carlos III University (Spain)||June 2004|
|Bachelor's Degree||Law, with honors||Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain)||June 2004|