Valeria Toledo-Gallegos is an environmental economist interested on studying environmental preferences while considering behavioural theories and the spatio-temporal context. Her research uses discrete choice experiments to value preferences for environmental goods and services (in both developed and developing countries). In her current position as a Research Fellow she explores preferences for developing Blue-Green Infrastructure in Can Tho Vietnam.
She holds a PhD from the University of St Andrews and studied an MSc in Environment & Sustainable Development at the University of Glasgow, UK. In Mexico, she completed a Specialist Degree in Economic Theory and a BSc in Environmental Sciences at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).