Research Interests: Energy economics and finance, Agent-based modelling, Financial economics, Systemic Risk
Background: Upon graduating at TU Delft in Sustainable Energy Technology with highest honours, Arjun joined EPRG to work on energy economics and policy. At Cambridge, his primary research focus on energy subsidies in the European Union members states particularly looking at UK, Spain and Italy. His research outputs with others at EPRG provides policy recommendations on renewable energy investments beyond 2020 under different carbon price scenarios in light of the climate and energy targets for 2030 and aims to influence policymaking at the highest levels. His other projects involved extensive use of data analysis to determine natural gas production, consumption and trade in other parts of the world; in the domain of political science to identify drivers of political support to various energy policy proposals in the UK amongst others. During his two years at Cambridge, he was also actively involved with the Post-doc (Pdoc) society and also represented the Cambridge Judge Business School on behalf of all the post-docs and research staff at its management meetings, in line with the mission of the society. He is currently pursuing higher studies at the LSE in finance and economics with the intent of pursuing an academic career in economics with his rich research experience at EPRG and elsewhere.