Nam is a researcher at M.E, specializing in climate change impacts, pandemic responses, and natural hazards. With a strong background in economics and mathematics, Nam utilizes econometric techniques and coding skills in R and Python. Additionally, he uses GIS software to address spatial challenges like flood and volcano risks.
Nam joined the ME Research team in 2022. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Auckland and an MSc in Environment Management and Economics from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. His research interests include climate change impacts, responses to global pandemics, and natural hazards.
Nam’s skills encompass several econometric techniques, especially the difference-in-differences. A strong background in mathematics helps Nam feel comfortable with coding in R and Python. He also works well with GIS software to solve spatial problems relating to flood and volcano risks.