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Fatiq Nadeem

BSc, Economics, Lahore University of Management Sciences

Fatiq does research in environmental and development economics with a focus on how citizens in developing countries decide to consume and conserve natural resources. Most of his recent work uses field experiments to test theory and evaluate interventions that allow citizens and communities to conserve natural resources. Some of his previous work studies the political economy of community-based interventions to prevent crime and violence. He has conducted research in South-Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. He currently has ongoing work on air quality in South Asia. He joined the Bren School after working for Evidence in Governance and Politics at UCLA and the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives in Pakistan. He holds a Bachelor's in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan. 

Year Admitted

Research Areas
Environmental and Development Economics

Faculty Advisor
Kelsey Jack and Mark Buntaine (Social Science Group)

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