Samuel Ribanský specialised in climate and energy policy during his dual degree with Sciences Po Paris, studying the policy area from both an economic and political standpoint. Prior to joining the Hertie School, Samuel was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Philosophy (Class One Honours) from the University of Sheffield. He spent a year with FleishmanHillard in Brussels working in the area of European Union affairs and was professionally active in crisis communications in Paris, before joining the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, where he was involved in environmental taxation.
Master's thesis title
What if I told you how I planned to spend your carbon taxes? Estimating the effects of revenue earmarking from carbon pricing policies on their social acceptance in OECD countries