Gabriel Gonzalez Sutil

PhD Student, Sustainable Development, Ph.D. in Sustainable Development, School of International and Public Affairs


BIOGRAPHY: Gabriel is a second-year PhD student in Sustainable Development, particularly interested in Energy and Environmental Economics. He holds a Bachelors in Economics from the Catholic University of Buenos Aires, as well as a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a Graduate Specialization in Oil and Natural Gas Economics from the Technology Institute of Buenos Aires.

Prior to joining Columbia University, Gabriel worked at the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery in mathematical programming applications for climate change and environmental economics under the supervision of Professor Thomas Rutherford. Before that, he worked at Mercados Energéticos Consultores, RH Arriazu and Associates, and the Catholic University of Buenos Aires. He has participated in different research projects analyzing environmental policy and energy markets for the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, and Governments of different Latin-American countries.