Côme Cheritel is a PhD candidate in Economics at Paris School of Economics under the supervision of Katheline Schubert and Raya Muttarak. He is also a visiting researcher at IIASA in the Migration and Sustainable Development research group of the Population and Just Societies department. He holds an Engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique, an MSc in economics from Paris School of Economics and a MPA from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and AgroParisTech. With an academic background in engineering, physics and economics, Côme is interested in the links between climate change, population dynamics and the economy.
His recent research projects include: 1) the links between optimal climate system uncertainties and optimal mitigation strategy; 2) the influence of population structure on the carbon footprint of household consumption and the potential impacts of population ageing on greenhouse gas emission trajectories; and 3) The impact of global warming on fertility in low and middle income countries.