David Maradan is an economist specialising in valuation of intangible goods and services. He is a lecturer at the Geneva School of Business Administration, at the University of Fribourg and the University of Geneva. He teaches microeconomics, environmental economics and public finance. He is also the Director of Ecosys SA, a private company specialised in applied and environmental economics. As such, he has led numerous cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis on public interventions for governments and international organizations as well as on action undertaken by private firms.
David Maradan obtained his Ph-D in economics in 2005. He also graduated from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in 1998 and earned a postgraduate diploma in public policies analysis in 2001 from the University of Geneva.