Puja Singhal

Puja Singhal
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Environmental Economics

    Publikationen am DIW Berlin

    DIW Wochenbericht (39 / 2018)

    Wärmemonitor 2017: Heizenergieverbrauch stagniert, Klimaziel wird verfehlt

    Jan Stede, Claus Michelsen, Puja Singhal
    Diskussionspapiere extern (2018)

    Filling Gaps in the Policy Package to Decarbonise Production and Use of Materials

    Karsten Neuhoff, Olga Chiappinelli, Chris Bataille, Manuel Haußner, Roland Ismer, Eugénie Joltreau, Ingmar Jürgens, Carlotta Piantieri, Jörn Richstein, Oliver Sartor, Puja Singhal, Jan Stede

    Vorträge am DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Brown Bag Seminar of the Sustainability Cluster, DIW Berlin
    Berlin, 16.08.2018

    Are Emission Performance Standards Effective in Pollution Control? Evidence from the EU’s Large Combustion Plant Directive
    Puja Singhal

  • Vortrag Policies to Finance Energy Efficiency : Grantham Research Institute Workshop, London School of Economics and Political Science
    London, Großbritannien, 31.05.2018 - 01.06.2018

    Empirical Challenges in Evaluating Energy Efficiency Programs
    Puja Singhal

  • Vortrag 3rd Workshop on Policies to Stimulate Climate Friendly Innovation in the Materials Sector : Climate Friendly Materials Platform
    Berlin, 20.10.2017

    Public Innovation Finance for Pilots/Demonstration Projects
    Puja Singhal

  • Forschungsprojekte

    Lebenslauf - Kurzfassung

    Puja Singhal is a Research Associate in the Climate Policy department and a Ph.D. student at the DIW Berlin Graduate Center. Prior to joining the DIW Berlin, she has worked in the research department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and on a field experiment with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL South Asia). Her current research focuses on evaluating the extent to which emission performance standards helped mitigate emissions of air pollutants from large combustion plants and speed up closure of existing dirty plants in the EU.

    Puja holds an M.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and an M.Sc. (Ph.D. coursework) in Environmental and Resource Economics from the University of California, Davis. Her research interests lie in environmental, development, and behavioral economics.