Ph.D. Student, Public Administration and International Affairs Department
Graduate Research Associate, Center for Policy Research
Highest degree earned
Myriam is a Ph.D. student in Public Administration, specializing in the fields of environmental policy and policy process. She conducts research on the effects of policies on the development and deployment of technologies needed to accelerate energy transitions, particularly in the area of grid modernization and renewable energy integration. Myriam is also interested in the distributional implications of renewable energy policies such as feed-in-tariffs, renewable portfolio standards and net metering.
Areas of Expertise
Environmental and energy policy, energy transitions, green innovation