Liselotte Hagedoorn is a PhD researcher in the department of Environmental Economics of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at the Vrije University (VU) Amsterdam. During her research master she wrote her thesis on economic valuation of Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) measures in small island developing states, using the results of a discrete choice experiment and household survey. This sparked her interest for implementing such methods for ecosystem service valuation in developing countries
Currently, Liselotte is working on two different projects for her PhD. The first project is ‘ResilNam’, which focuses on improving flood resilience using EbA measures in Central Vietnam. The second project is ‘Sustainable Ports in Africa’, that uses the port of Tema in Ghana as case study. In both sites, Liselotte looks into the differences when using a monetary or time payment vehicle in discrete choice experiments in the developing country context.
2017: MSc Environmental Sciences, specializations Environmental Economics and Natural Resources & Environmental Systems Analysis, Wageningen University & Research.
2014: BSc Future Planet Studies, specialization International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam.
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