- Assistant Professor
- Pettengill Hall, Room 270
Ph.D. in Economics, The University of Tennessee
M.S. in Agricultural Economics, The University of Tennessee
M.B.A. in Economics and International Business, University of Belgrano
B.S. in Agricultural Economics, University of Belgrano
Fields of Interest: International Trade, Energy Economics, Climate Change, and Environmental Economics.
Alejandro Dellachiesa’s research examines the effect of trade liberalization on energy and greenhouse gas emissions, the decomposition of the environmental Kuznet’s curve for local and global pollutants, and industrial and agricultural pollution patterns. He has worked with students on papers encompassing issues such as technology adoption among Sub Saharan African countries or measuring the nutritional value of crop yields for malnutrition reduction purposes.
Prior to coming to Bates he worked for more than a decade at the Experimental Center of Agricultural Technology, the National Extension Agricultural Program and the Agricultural Policy Analysis Center.
His current teaching areas include principles of macroeconomics, international trade, and energy economics.