Faraz Usmani

Faraz Usmani

I am an applied microeconomist, with research interests at the intersection of environment, energy, and development. In addition to being a PhD candidate in the Duke University Program in Environmental Policy, I am a Doctoral Student Fellow at the Duke University Energy Initiative, and a Doctoral Scholar at the Duke Global Health Institute. I also help coordinate the Global Energy Access Network.

More information at: www.farazusmani.com

Publications

Usmani, F, Jeuland, M, and Pattanayak, SK. "NGOs and the Effectiveness of Interventions." (May 2018).

Van Houtven, GL, Pattanayak, SK, Usmani, F, and Yang, J-C. "What are Households Willing to Pay for Improved Water Access? Results from a Meta-Analysis." Ecological Economics 136 (June 2017): 126-135.

Usmani, F, Steele, J, and Jeuland, M. "Can economic incentives enhance adoption and use of a household energy technology? Evidence from a pilot study in Cambodia." Environmental Research Letters 12, no. 3 (March 8, 2017).

Shannon, A, Usmani, F, Pattanayak, SK, and Jeuland, MA. "The Price of Purity: Willingness to pay for air and water purification technologies in Rajasthan, India(Accepted)." Environmental and Resource Economics.

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Graduation Date

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