Senior Economist, Conservation Strategy Fund
Aaron is Senior Economist at Conservation Strategy Fund. He has worked for 20 years leading conservation projects and research in developing countries, with a focus on the benefits and costs of protected areas, ecosystem service valuation, development planning, and conservation performance agreements. He holds a Master in Public Policy degree with a concentration in economics from Princeton University and a BA in Economics from Wesleyan University.
Bruner, A. C Solís, C. Mendizabal, and T. Vilela. 2018.
Using Incentives to Control Deforestation in the Andes Amazon.
Latin American Journal of Economic Development 30: 27-49.