I am an Assistant Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. I study microeconomics in the context of environment, energy, and climate in developing countries.
At Wharton, I teach Microeconomics for Managers (MGEC 611) in the MBA program and co-organize the Energy Economics and Finance (EEF) seminar. I am affiliated with Wharton's Business, Climate, and Environment Lab, Analytics at Wharton and the University of Pennsylvania's Development Research Initiative. I am also a fellow at the Energy for Growth Hub.
I have a PhD from UC Berkeley (where I was affiliated with the Energy Institute at the Haas School of Business), an MA International and Development Economics from Yale University, and a BSc Statistics from the University College London. I was also an EPoD Research Fellow at Harvard University, and before that worked in international trade finance in London, Johannesburg, and Nairobi.
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