Anna Abatayo

Anna Abatayo

Assistant Professor

Wageningen University and Research


I am an assistant professor with the Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group, Section Economics at Wageningen University. My research looks at the interaction of human behaviour and the environment. I consider myself an applied microeconomist with a keen interest in understanding environmental and natural resource dilemmas, specifically those related to cooperation. I am currently working on issues related to common pool resource management, biodiversity conservation, and climate change. I primarily use experimental economics and survey methodologies.

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  • Environmental Economics
  • Natural Resource Economics
  • Experimental Economics
  • Behavioural Economics
  • PhD in Economics, 2015

    University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

  • MA in Economics, 2009

    University of the Philippines - Diliman

  • BSc in Management Engineering, 2005

    Ateneo de Manila University

Recent Publications

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(2023). Resource booms and group punishment in a coupled social-ecological system. Ecological Economics, (206)107730.

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(2022). Generational Solidarity for Global Public Goods. Social Science Research Network, No. 4247437.

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(2021). Governing Climate Geoengineering: Side-Payments Are Not Enough. Social Science Research Network, No. 461.

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