Vincent Thivierge is a PhD student in the Economics and Environmental Science (EES) emphasis. Vincent holds an Honors BBA degree in Applied Economics from HEC Montréal and an M.A. in Economics from the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia. Before entering the PhD program, he has worked for various economic research institutes in Canada, such as the C.D. Howe Institute and Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission. Vincent’s past research has explored the effects of Canadian carbon pricing on household gasoline consumption, industry competitiveness, and the distributional impacts for households. His research has been published in The Energy Journal and featured in media outlets such as Bloomberg View. Research conducted by Vincent has also looked at oil and gas well liabilities in Canada and the impact of local regulations on housing prices.