Posts tagged as: Columbia University

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    Sakshi Gupta

    Sakshi Gupta is a PhD student at Columbia University. Her primary research interests lie in the areas of labour, gender, and development economics. She holds a Masters in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics and a Bachelors from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi.

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    Jitendra Bajpai

    Jitendra Bajpai is a lecturer at Columbia University's School of Professional Studies. He is an urbanist and independent consultant with an interest in promoting sustainability principles in urban development and delivery of infrastructure services. Since 2011, Jit has taught Sustainable Cities. Prior to his current position, he served the World Bank (1990-2011) in...

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    Daniel Robert Thomas

    Daniel Robert Thomas is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Columbia University. His research interests include comparative politics, international relations, and political methodology.

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    Louise Guillouet

    Louise Guillouet is a Ph.D. student in economics at Columbia University. Louise is interested in industrial organization and its application to environmental and developmental issues.

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    Weiping Wu

    Weiping Wu is Professor of Urban Planning at Columbia GSAPP and Director of the M.S. Urban Planning program. She also is on the faculty of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute and Columbia Population Research Center. Before joining Columbia in 2016, she was Professor and Chair in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University. Trained...

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    Paul Carrillo

    Paul Carrillo is an Assistant Professor of Economics. He joined the Economics Department in August 2006. His research interests are in applied microeconomics, in particular, urban and real estate economics. Dr. Carrillo's current research focuses on explaining the search process of buyers and sellers in the housing market, the measurement of residential rental prices, and...

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    Golvine de Rochambeau

    Golvine de Rochambeau is a PhD candidate in the department of economics at Columbia University. Her research interests are in the fields of development, industrial organization and trade. She has several on-going projects in Liberia where she conducts fieldwork. In particular, she studies intra-national trade costs and tries to understand why they are so high in this...

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    Paul F. Lagunes

    Paul Lagunes is an Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. His research focuses on corruption, especially as it affects subnational governments in the Americas. Two basic questions motivate Lagunes’s research: First, how does corruption actually work in practice? Second, what tools are available for limiting...

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    Keith Benes

    Keith Benes is a non-resident Fellow at the Center. Previously he served with U.S. State Department where he was an Attorney-Adviser.  In addition to advising the State Department on all aspects of public international law, Mr. Benes provided strategic, analytical, and policy expertise on the negotiations under the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, environmental...