Marie Ferré

Impact Evaluator and Impact Translation Fellow

Marie is iCASP’s Impact Evaluator responsible for assessing the various socio-economic impacts of iCASP projects and the programme as a whole. She is concerned to ensure that projects have adequate resourcing to support their development. With an interdisciplinary background in agriculture and environmental economics, Marie completed her doctorate at the ETH-Zurich. She has used methods from experimental and behavioural economics to study how policy-makers might be able to use a financial incentive scheme to influence management practices on drained peatlands in Switzerland for soil preservation. 

Marie has an interdisciplinary background in agriculture and environmental economics. She recently completed her doctorate at the ETH-Zurich during which she used methods from experimental and behavioural economics to study how policy-makers might be able, using a financial incentive scheme, to affect management practices on drained peatlands in Switzerland and promote soil preservation.

iCASP projects as ITF: Optimal Peatland Restoration project

Marie Ferre webpage

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