Tristan du Puy

Pronouns: he/they

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



Tristan is a fifth year PhD Candidate in Sustainable Development at Columbia University.

His research stands at the intersection of environmental economics, empirical industrial organization and labor economics.

Before joining Columbia, he earned master degrees in Quantitative Economics from the Paris School of Economics, and in International Relations from Sciences-Po - Paris, as well as bachelor degrees in Political Sciences (Sciences-Po), Law (Paris 1 - Sorbonne), Philosophy (Paris 10 - Nanterre), and interrupted a bachelor in Pure Mathematics during its last year at Paris 6 - UPMC.

He also worked for a public policy consulting cabinet in Brussels, Belgium - specifically on European Union policy for the year 2013-2014, and worked one semester for the French Treasury’s office within the French Embassy in Bucharest, Romania.