Fredj, Dr. Karima

Karima Fredj
PhD, MSc, BSc Associate Professor Interim Chair, Economics Co-Chair, International Studies Graduate Program
Email: Phone:
  • Prince George

Research and Expertise

My teaching and research relate mainly to the subjects of Environment, Forestry, Benefit-Cost Analysis and Microeconomics. My current research projects cover three different domains and comprise topics such as international emission permits trading under the Kyoto Protocol, international intelligence cooperation, and price competition and store competition. All three areas of research share the same methodology (optimal control and/or game theory) as common factor. My publications relate to global environmental issues such as international environmental agreements and tropical deforestation and include articles that appeared in international leading journals such as Automatica, The Manchester School and Environmental Modelling and Assessment as well as in local and more applied journals such as BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management.

Areas of Expertise:

Environment, Natural Resource Management, Industrial Organization, Game Theory, Optimal Control Theory

Supervises in:
  • MA Development Economics
  • MA International Studies