Dr Vincent Emodi

Postdoctoral Research Fellow Decarb

School of Business
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law


Nnaemeka is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UQ Business School. His research is focused on transition-aligned investment and debt portfolios management, investigating the role of large asset managers and lenders in driving corporate decarbonisation, and using financial products to make the transition to a decarbonised society. Nnaemeka has a multidisciplinary background with a primary interest in energy economics and climate policy. Nnaemeka develops and applies energy-economy-environment (E3) models to study the mix of policies and strategies needed for societal transition to a low carbon economy.

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Before joining the UQ Business School, Nnaemeka was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UTAS where he worked on the Tasmanian Energy Consumer Engagement project which examined consumer acceptance and preference for renewable hydrogen. Also, he was a Science Policy officer at the Australian Academy of Science where he worked on the "The Risks to Australia of a 3 degree Warmer World". Nnaemeka is a non-residential Senior Research Fellow (unpaid) at the Centre for Climate Change and Development where he makes contributions to the Deep Decarbonisation Project for Nigeria. He is a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Economics & Development Studies at Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Nnaemeka is an Associate Editor (Environmental Economics and Management) at Frontiers in Environmental Science with over 3 editorial contributions, an active contributor to The Conversation, and has authored/co-authored over 38 journal papers and conference papers, book chapters, a monograph, research contract reports and media publications.


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