Megan Evans

PhD Candidate in Environmental Policy & Economics, Australian National University

My research focus is in environmental policy and economics, with a particular interest in the role of economic policy instruments in biodiversity conservation and natural resource management.

I have a background in mathematics and ecology, and received a dual Bachelors degree in Science (Ecology) and Arts (Mathematics) from the University of Queensland in 2008. I was awarded a Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours from the University of Queensland in 2009.

I’m based at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at the Australian National University, where I am a member of the Policy, Institutions & Economics Group. I also work closely with other researchers in the Environmental Decisions Group, including the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions and NERP Environmental Decisions Hub.

My PhD research is interdisciplinary, which has lead me to draw upon quantitative and qualitative methods used in policy studies, economics and political science. Currently, my focus is on understanding barriers and incentives to evaluating the efficacy of biodiversity offset policy.

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