Victor works at Bruegel as a Research Intern. After finishing his BA in International Affairs at the University of St. Gallen, he worked for a sustainability consultancy in Munich. Currently, he is pursuing a master’s degree at the Johns Hopkins University, where he focuses on energy and climate policy as well as economic policy in general. Furthermore, Victor’s past research included the analysis of the correlation of digital surveillance and trust, distributional implications of tax policies, and the mapping of the convergence of EU citizen’s values.
Before Bruegel, Victor organised two instances of a conference on Social Entrepreneurship at the University of St. Gallen, while also facilitating a practically oriented class on sustainable business models there.
Victor is a German native speaker, fluent in English, and has a working knowledge of Italian.
How green are electric vehicles?
As electric vehicles go mainstream, they face a persistent question: are they as green as advertised? Various life cycle assessments have confirmed that yes, electric vehicles are a more climate-friendly option than traditional vehicles. However, they can still have their own environmental impacts.Read the article