Thesis working title
A Law and Economic Analysis of Incentive-based Policy Instruments for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Tropical Forests
Chih-Ching Lan is a PhD candidate in the Rotterdam Intitute of Law and Economics since 2014 whose research focuses on envirnmental law and economics, in particular the policy instruments design. Chih-Ching holds a Master in Environmental Science degree from the Central European University, the University of Aegean and Lund University.
2012-2014 Erasmus Mundus MSc in Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Central European University, Lund University, University of Aegean, Thesis title “Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) as a vehicle for addressing greenhouse gas emission reduction in developing countries NAMAs case studies in the energy sector”
2008-2012 B.A. in Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
2014 Internship, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Bonn (Germany)
2011-2012 Volunteer translator and deckhand in Greenpeace International