Oak Foundation Environmental and Energy Policy Professor
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Pattanayak studies the causes and consequences of human behaviors related to the natural environment to help design and evaluate policy interventions in low income tropical countries.
He studies the causes and consequences of human behaviors related to the natural environment to help design and evaluate policy interventions in low income tropical countries. He has collaborated closely with multi-lateral agencies, NGOs, governments, and local academics in Brazil, Costa Rica, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the U.S. Currently, Professor Pattanayak leads the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) and is a faculty fellow of the South Asian Network of Development and Environmental Economists.
Recent work by Pattanayak includes:
SETI is pleased to announce a 6-episode podcast partnership with Global Dispatches, the United Nations Dispatch’s official podcast, hosted by Mark Goldberg.
The 4th Annual Meeting of the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative took place on May 15-17, 2019 in Santiago, Chile.
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Evaluating tariff reform, private sector participation, energy audits and smart meters
A systematic review
Variation in successful microhydro microgrid projects
Cataloguing the variables that affect solar dissemination
The business and policy landscape for energy access in Zambia
How much do people value clean air?