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Energy Jeopardy Env157 Fall 2016
Lifecycle assessment, Energy Economics and Policy, Agricultural Economics and Policy, Climate Policy
- Ph.D., Energy and Resources, University of California, Berkeley
- M.S., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Berkeley
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park
- B.Tech., Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India
Environment 159: Life Cycle Analysis and Tools for Sustainability Assessment
Environment 157: Energy, Environment and Development
Environment 180: Senior Practicum
- D. Rajagopal: A synthesis of unilateral approaches to mitigating emissions leakage under incomplete policies. Climate Policy doi:10.1080/14693062.2016.1150249
- D. Rajagopal. A step towards a general mathematical framework for Consequential Life Cycle Assessment. Journal of Industrial Ecology In press.
- M. Accordino and D. Rajagopal (2015): When a National Cap-and-Trade Policy with a Carve-out Provision May Be Preferable to a National CO$_2$ Tax, The Energy Journal, Vol.36, No.3 189–207.
- D. Rajagopal (2015): On approaches to mitigate emissions leakage under biofuel policies. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, Volume 8, Issue 2, March 2016, Pages: 471-480
- D. Rajagopal, R. Plevin, G. Hochman, and D. Zilberman (2015): Multi-criteria comparison of alternative fuel policies: Renewable fuel standards, clean fuel standards and fuel GHG tax. Energy Economics,Vol.49, 359–369
- S. Z. Attari and D. Rajagopal (2015): Enabling energy conservation through effective decision aids. Journal of Sustainability Education. Volume 8.
- G. Hochman, D. Rajagopal, G. Timilsina and D. Zilberman (2014). Quantifying the causes of the global food commodity price crisis. Biomass and Bioenergy 68, 106-114
- D. Rajagopal (2014): Consequential life cycle assessment of policy vulnerability to price effects. Journal of Industrial Ecology 18 (2), 164-175
Recent blog posts
Getting a faculty position with an interdisciplinary PhD training
Personal blog: Watt’s green?