Projects

Working Papers and Others

Blue-sky Thinking

Aviation Connectivity and Innovation

Coastal Resilience

Mapping Social-Environmental Indicators

Environmental Economics

New York as the classroom

German Democracy Up-Close

International Parliamentary Fellowship

Rural Energy Access

Public Opinion Survey in Uttar Pradesh

Sustainable Development

Confronting global challenges

To Steal, or Not to Steal

Attitudes towards electricity theft

Teaching

At Columbia University, I am instructor or co-instructor for the following courses:

  • SDEV UN2300: Challenges of Sustainable Development (Spring 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
  • ECON S4625: Economics of the Environment (Summer 2017)

In addition, I have taught or assisted in a number of Economics/Sustainability courses at various institutions:

  • SUS 7400C: Economics of Sustainability, Instructor, City College of New York (Spring 2017)
  • ECON W4625: Economics of the Environment, TA, Columbia University (Fall 2015)
  • ES 100: Environmental Systems Science, Adjunct Instructor (Section Leader), New York University (Fall 2015)
  • SDEV W2300: Challenges of Sustainable Development, TA, Columbia University (Spring 2015)
  • ECON W4750: Globalization and its Risks, TA, Columbia University (Fall 2014)
  • Leuphana Digital School: ThinkTank: Ideal City of the 21st Century (Spring 2013)
  • AREC 200: The Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem - Science, Economics, and Policy, TA, University of Maryland (Spring 2012)
  • CPSP 118G/239G: Science and Global Change, TA, University of Maryland (Fall 2011, Spring 2012)

Syllabi and Course Evaluations are available upon request.

CV

You can find my latest CV here.

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