Working Papers and Others

Job Market Paper

Blue-Sky Thinking: Aviation Connectivity and Innovation

Coastal Resilience

Business Diversity and Environmental Risks

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


At LSE, I teach GY121 Sustainable Development, GY428 Applied Quantitative Methods (Seminars), and GY489 Dissertations.

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

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


You can find my latest CV here.


  • Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE United Kingdom
  • Summer Term 2020: by appointment