Main research interests
- rural policy
- economics of natural resources
- computable general equilibrium models
Ianna Dantas is Agronomic Engineer graduated from University of São Paulo (Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture) and holds a MSc degree in Agriculture Economics from Hohenheim Universität. The research focus emcompasses econometrics, rural policy, economics of natural resources, sustainable development, and computable general equilibrium models.
Since october 2017, as a PhD candidate, the researcher integrated the Research Center Global Commons and Climate Policy of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. The work being currently developed is part of the BMBF project called "Multiscale Monitoring of Global Water Resources and Options for their Efficient and Sustainable Use".