Stefan is a Project Researcher currently working with a team of researchers at the Climate Impact Lab to quantify the social cost of carbon, focusing on human health and migration. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley’s Goldman School and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Math from Northeastern University. At Berkeley, Stefan focused his research around housing, migration, and mobility; including as a California Policy Lab (CPL) fellow, where he measured the impacts of the 2009 foreclosure crisis on displacement and neighborhood change. Prior to graduate school, Stefan worked in macroeconomic research and forecasting roles at the IMF and at a Canadian pension fund. In his free time, Stefan enjoys cooking new things, discovering new music, and going on trips in his camper van.