Daniela Miteva

Assistant Professor, Sustainable Development and Economy
Faculty

I am an environmental economist working primarily on conservation and sustainability issues in developing countries. Combining a microeconomic framework with theory and tools from ecology and biogeography, my research focuses on understanding the drivers of landscape change, quantifying the impacts on ecosystems and human welfare, and evaluating policies like protected areas and Forest Sustainability Council (FSC) certification. I hold a PhD from Duke University (NC) and a dual BA in Biology and Economics from Bryn Mawr College (PA).

Areas of Expertise
  • Impact Evaluations of Conservation & Development Policies
  • Ecosystem Service Valuation
  • Coupled Human-Natural Systems
Daniela Miteva
2120 Fyffe Road
Columbus, OH 43210