Alexander Gard-Murray is a political economist studying policies to accelerate decarbonization. He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Climate Solutions Lab and the Rhodes Center for International Economics and Finance at Brown University. He received his DPhil in politics from Oxford, and was previously a college fellow and lecturer in government at Harvard. He is currently writing a book — Who Will Pay to Save the Planet? — on distributional battles in climate politics.
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