Hector Pollitt is a director and the head of modelling at Cambridge Econometrics. He is also a research fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance at the University of Cambridge.
Hector is a post-Keynesian economist and has worked with Cambridge Econometrics’ global E3ME macro-econometric model for more than 16 years. Using E3ME, he has contributed to several high-level EU Impact Assessments of energy and climate policy, including the recent EU Long-Term Strategy on decarbonisation.
His 2018 work on stranded fossil fuel assets was one of the most widely cited academic publications of the year. He has recently been working on links between the financial system and low-carbon transition.