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Dauriach's PhD is part of the Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Programme, at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
The preliminary objective of her thesis is to uncover if and how financial secrecy enables the pursuit of environmentally damaging economic activities, with the risk of disrupting critical biomes and eroding the resilience of the biosphere. Secrecy jurisdictions (or ‘tax havens’), allow a degree of opacity in global financial markets which undermines the enforcement of regulations, the tax revenue of nations, and the accountability of government officials. This may ultimately reduce the ability of countries to democratically govern the use of natural commons and to lead the transformation to sustainability in the context of Agenda 2030.
Dauriach holds a Bachelor's degree in social sciences from Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, France, and a Master of Science in economics and public policy from Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Economique, France. Prior to her PhD, she worked with green economy projects at the United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research, Switzerland, and as a research assistant at the Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Programme, Sweden.
Research news | 2018-11-07
Läs forskarna Victor Galaz, Ami Golland, Beatrice Crona och Alice Dauriach's sammanställning av svenska finansaktörers koppling till den nyligen publicerade studien i Global Environmental Change.
Research news | 2018-11-07
A handful of international investors linked to economic activities may influence the stability of some of the world’s largest forests and hence the global climate
Folke, C., Österblom, H., Jouffray, J-B., Lambin, E.F., et.al.
2020 - Journal / article
We welcome the interest in our work on transnational corporations (TNCs) and biosphere stewardship. TNCs have rarely been linked to ecosystem dynamics, and even less so considered suitable partners for knowledge co-production in sustainability research. How TNCs shape the intertwined nature of people and planet therefore represents a timely and critical topic and the Correspondence articles by Schneider et al. and Etzion offer...