Gabriel Gonzalez Sutil
Gabriel is a fifth-year Ph.D. student in Sustainable Development interested in energy economics, environmental policy, and economics of technological change. His research uses economic theory and data to study the diffusion of technologies, and its links to environmental policy and firms' learning. He also works in electrification in developing countries.
Prior to joining Columbia University, Gabriel worked at the Wisconsin Institute of Discovery in mathematical programming. Before that, he was an energy consultant in environmental policy and energy markets. Gabriel holds a master in economics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, a graduate diploma in oil and natural gas economics from the Technology Institute of Buenos Aires, and a bachelor in economics from the Catholic University of Buenos Aires.