I am an environmental and health economist working on 1) quantifying the social, economic, and human costs of pollution damages, and 2) what makes individuals and firms comply with environmental regulations. I investigate these issue using large administrative datasets and experimental and quasi-experimental methods. I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick. Prior to joining Warwick, I completed my PhD at MIT in 2016 and was a Postdoctoral Scholar the University of Chicago Energy & Environment Lab. My name is pronounced Luu-do-vih-ka (as in cat) Ga-zzeh. Pronouns: she/her/hers.