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Predrag Ignjačević

  • Room 8A-40, NU-building

  • Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), De Boelelaan 1111

    1081 HV Amsterdam


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Predrag has completed his BSc Economics and ResMSc Multidisciplinary Economics at Utrecht University and is currently a PhD Student at IVM under the supervision of dr. Wouter Botzen. He is interested in complex adaptive socio-economic systems and the role of climate change in it. For his PhD thesis, Predrag will work with a detailed spatial (50x50km) IAM and using it to study inequalities of climate damage across the globe. In addition, identifying and modelling of socio-economic tipping points from climate change is the final (and most ambitious) goal of his PhD dissertation. In his free time, Predrag likes to play waterpolo, video-games and improve his programming skills.


Economic modelling, macroeconomics, econometrics, complex adaptive systems.


2018: MRes Multidisciplinary Economics, Utrecht University
2016: BSc Economics & Business

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D2.3 Impacts on infrastructure, built environment, and transport

Lincke, D., Hinkel, J., van Ginkel, K., Jeuken, A., Botzen, W., Tesselaar, M., Scoccimarro, E. & Ignjacevic, P., Oct 2019, COACCH CO-designing the Assessment of Climate CHange costs. 78 p.

Research output: Book / ReportReportAcademic

  • D2.6 Non-market impacts – health

    Ščasný, M., Botzen, W., Šmíd, M., Alberini, A., Chiabai, A., Ignjacevic, P., Kuik, O. J., Kryl, M., Máca, V., Neumann, M., Spadaro, J. & Zvěřinová, I., Oct 2019, COACCH CO-designing the Assessment of Climate CHange costs. 119 p.

    Research output: Book / ReportReportAcademic