Keila is currently a PhD student in Economics at The University of Manchester and is funded by the School of Social Sciences Economics studentship. She is a member of the Environmental Economics research area group.
Keila graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2013 with a BS in Economics and a BA in French and Comparative Literature. After her bachelors, she attended the University of Edinburgh and graduated in 2014 with an MSc in Economics through the Scottish Graduate Programme Economics.
During her undergraduate career Keila worked as a French tutor as well as an Economics course assistant. She is currently working as a Teaching Assistant at The University of Manchester.
Keila is mainly interested in how stated preference techniques can be used in environmental valuation and the policy benefits they create.
- Prof Dan Rigby
- Dr Ron Chan
School of Social Science
The University of Manchester
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