Lina Moros is a PhD candidate at ICTA since January 2016. She holds a masters in Social Policy Research from London School of Economics (2013/2014) and a masters in Public Policy from Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá (2011/2012). Before coming to ICTA Lina has been working as a lecturer and researcher at the Universidad de los Andes where she has participated in research projects exploring farmers’ decision making related to natural resource management and collective action in Colombia.
Her current research focuses on disentangling the effect of direct payments for conservation on farmers’ motivations to protect ecosystem services using field framed experiments and surveys in rural Colombia (under the supervision of Esteve Corbera and María Alejandra Vélez).
Payments for environmental services; crowding-out; motivations; behavior; collective action.
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