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Aseem Mahajan is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Harvard’s Department of Government. His research focuses on energy and environmental politics, with recent work exploring the effectiveness and impacts of India’s Saubhagya scheme to provide electricity access to the entire country; public opinion toward geoengineering and counter-geoengineering; perceptions of equity in climate bargaining; and the politics of climate resilience and adaptation in Massachusetts. Previously, he worked at the IFF, a community development financial institution in Chicago, and at PricewaterhouseCooper’s Global Transfer Pricing division in New York. Aseem holds an A.B. in Politics and certificates in Political Economy and Finance from Princeton University.
Posts by Aseem Mahajan
Does service quality predict households’ willingness to pay for electricity connections in rural India?
While rural electrification has been a high priority for governments in the developing world, the factors that make individual households more likely to pay for electricity have received insufficient ...