Ina Meyer is a senior economist at the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) in the research domain 5 Energy, Agriculture and Environment.


Ina studied economics at the Free University of Berlin. After a training period at the European Commission (European Coal and Steel Community), she became a research associate at the Technical University Berlin in the former Department of Environmental Management and Planning, working within the German research programme “Climate Change and Coastal Zones”.


As a research affiliate of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) she was inter alia a contributing author to the IPCC 3rd Assessment Report on mitigation (chapter 10 decision making frameworks).


Obtaining her doctor degree from the University of Potsdam, she carried out research on climate change and international consumption patterns with respect to global passenger car use and its CO2 emissions.


Ina joined WIFO in spring 2006.