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Lemann Lecture Series | Joaquim Guilhoto | Linking environment and economy, contributions of input-output analysis

Event Type
Lecture
Sponsor
The Lemann Center for Brazilian Studies
Location
Coble Hall 306
Date
Apr 23, 2024   12:00 - 1:00 pm  
Speaker
Joaquim J.M. Guilhoto is a Senior Economist at the IMF. He worked at the OECD and as Professor at the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil, were he also held positions as Head of the Department of Economics and as Associated Dean of the School of Economics, Management and Accounting (FEA). He has also held visiting professorships at MIT, University of Illinois, University Paris-Dauphine, and University of Lisbon. He specializes in applying input-output analysis to environmental analysis and sustainable development. He has published over 300 papers and supervised over 35 Ph.D. and master's students. He holds a M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Illinois.
Contact
Lemann Center
E-Mail
lemann@illinois.edu
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Nobel laureate Wassily Leontief introduced input-output (I-O) models in the 1930s as a decision-making tool, providing a comprehensive understanding of economic processes such as production, income generation and consumption. These models go beyond economic applications and are valuable in environmental studies by linking economic and environmental variables. The presentation begins by describing the fundamental aspects of input-output theory and its relevance to environmental concerns. It then provides a detailed but non-exhaustive exploration of various applications of input-output models in environmental modeling, addressing limitations and suggesting potential extensions of the model. The presentation concludes by providing an overview of the future direction of input-output models in the field of environmental analysis. 

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