Damien Dussaux

Damien Dussaux is an economist in the Environment and Economy Integration Division of the Environment Directorate of the OECD. He is one of the coordinators of the OECD Environmental Outlook, a forward-looking project on the environmental impacts of economic systems worldwide and the public policies implemented to prevent or reduce these impacts. At the OECD, he is also leading work on the valuation of health and the environment, as well as environmental innovation and evidence-based assessment of environmental policies. Previously, he was a researcher at the Centre for Industrial Economics at MINES ParisTech and at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment where he worked on competitiveness impacts of environmental policies and the international transfer of green technologies. In addition receiving his PhD in economics from MINES ParisTech, he has an engineering degree from AgroParisTech, the French National Institute of Technology for life, food and environmental sciences.