Charlie has led analyses on a wide range of projects with a particular focus on climate change policy issues in a development context. He has experience in quantitative modelling including financial modelling, industrial competition and climate-impact integrated assessment models as well as synthesising large bodies of qualitative research such as country case studies and policy documents into clear and concise reports. His client portfolio includes multilateral development banks, development, energy and natural resource ministries within government and international NGOs. This is complemented by in-country experience working directly with developing country governments.
Charlie Dixon joined Vivid Economics in November 2013. He holds an MPhil in Economics with distinction from the University of Cambridge and a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics with first class honours.