Gautam Sethi is associate professor of economics at Bard’s Center for Environmental Policy. His research interests include natural resources and environmental economics, applied microeconomics, game theory, philosophy of economics, and history of economic thought. Previously, he worked in India on linkages between energy, the economy, and the environment and on associated policy issues.
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