Atiqah Amanda Siregar has started having interest in environmental issues since her last year of undergraduate school. Prior to work in LPEM, she assisted research on households’ behavior on waste sorting. Later, she joined project in various issues on environmental economics, including renewable energy, natural capital, palm oil, waste behavior, water and sanitation, economic valuation, sustainable recovery, and sustainable financing. She has been also contributed to working on academic articles and book chapter. She got her bachelor’s degree from Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Finance. In 2019, she has been finished her master’s degree in Master Program of Economic Planning and Development Policy (MPKP) FEB UI.
environmental economics, resource economics, economic valuation, financial modeling, behavioral and experimental economics