January 25, 2018, 16:30-18:00  Venue:CIGS Meeting Room3

CIGS Energy and Environment Seminar (David Ogden Dapice) "Renewable energy in ASEAN - mainly Myanmar and Vietnam"

The Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) hosted a seminar on January 25, 2018 inviting Prof. David Ogden Dapice, Chief Economist, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

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(Mr. Dapice, Mr. Yoshikawa from the left)

Seminar outline
Title: "Coal-Fired Electricity for Vietnam: Expensive, Dirty & Unpopular"
Speaker: David Ogden Dapice, Professor, Chief Economist, Vietnam and Myanmar Program, Center for Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Moderator: Hisashi Yoshikawa, Research Director, CIGS

Presentation by David Ogden DapicePDF:323KB

Speaker's profile
Professor David Ogden Dapice received his PhD in Economics from Harvard University in 1973. From then on, he served as an associate professor and chair of Economics Department at Tufts University until 2016. He jointed Harvard University from 1990 as a faculty associate and chief economist of Indochina Program, and served as chief economist of Vietnam and Myanmar Program from 2000. He also has long time experiences of consultancies focused on Southeast Asia for the governments of Thai, Indonesia, and Vietnam, as well as international institutions (such as UNDP and World Bank) and universities.