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Liselotte Hagedoorn is a researcher in the department of Environmental Economics of the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam. During her PhD she focused on the economic valuation of ecosystem services in developing countries. For this purpose, she worked on three different projects that targeted nature-based solutions across Micronesia, Vietnam and Ghana and implemented household surveys with discrete choice experiments in each site. More specifically, she looked into the differences that arise when using a monetary or time payment vehicle in discrete choice experiments in the developing country context.

Currently, Liselotte also focuses on human im(mobility) in the context of climate change. More specifically, she investigates drivers of environmental (non-)migration under increasing sea-level rise. For this purpose, household survey data that may include a discrete choice experiment will be collected in Vietnam, Ghana, Marshall Islands, Argentina, New York City, and France.


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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Member of the PhD council of the Beta Faculty

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Member of the PhD council of the Institute for Environmental Studies


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