Dimitri Zenghelis
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imitri Zenghelis is a UK government economic adviser who has spent the last year working with Sir Nicholas Stern on the Stern Review on Economics of Climate Change, commissioned by Chancellor Gordon Brown. The Review was intended not just to inform UK policy-making UK makes up only 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions  but to underpin discussions about the wider international policy framework. Sir Nicholas Stern s report was submitted to the Chancellor and the Prime Minister on 30 October 2006. Dimitri Zenghelis was lead author on the costs of mitigation, model analyses and comparisons, competitiveness  impacts, and a significant contributor to the conceptual, theoretical and ethical framework adopted in analysing the economics of climate change. He is also the joint-lead in disseminating and presenting the Review post-publication.

Since joining HM Treasury in 1999 Dimitri has provided economic analysis and advice for the UK Government on European and international economic policy, as head of the EMU Analysis Branch and head of Economic Forecasting. He has been responsible for the internal and published Government macroeconomic forecast using the HM Treasury model and provided regular briefings to the Chancellor Gordon Brown and Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Prior to joining HM Treasury Dimitri has worked as a consultant with Oxford Economic Forecasting, and at the Institute of International Finance, Washington DC on East Asian and S.E. Asia trade and investment flows, and macro economic policy. He also worked for Tokai Bank Europe, London. In the early 1990s Dimitri was a Senior Economic Advisor for the Liberal Democrats, House of Commons, London. His university education was at Bristol University and St Hugh's College Oxford.


Lecture:

lecture
flag The Stern review on the economics of climate change
as author at  Conference on Climate Change: An Opportunity for Growth, Brdo pri Kranju 2007,
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